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Project Highlight: Francis Tuttle

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT Francis Tuttle Technology Center The spirit of inspiration Takeform partners with interior design firm to give trade school a fresh, edgy vibe In an era when cities want new business ventures and skilled workers in high-demand fields, Oklahoma City trade school Francis Tuttle Technology…  read more

Posted in: ADA, Case Study, Highlight  |  Tagged: 3 Dimensional, Acrylic, ADA Compliance, Branded space, Case Study, dimensional letters, Donor Recognition, Environmental Graphics, Ethos, Experiential Design, Experiential Graphics, Facility, Graphic Panels, Higher Education, Illuminated Sign Cabinets, Privacy Window Film, Restroom Signs, room id, Signage, Theming, Vinyl, Wallcovering, Window film

Project Highlight: Swagelok

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT Swagelok Global Headquarters and Innovation Center Global gathering place Takeform helps Ohio company create welcoming new HQ for staff and customers Ethos custom lettering on the new building lives within a rail system that represents the company's systems. When this Fortune 500 high-tech…  read more

Posted in: ADA, Branding, Exterior Signage, Interior Signage, Project Management  |  Tagged: ADA Compliance, Brand, Branded space, Corporate, dimensional letters, Ethos, Experiential Graphics, Exterior Signage, Fusion, Illuminated Sign Cabinets, Project Management, Signage, Signify, Wallcovering

Project Highlight: Glenn Research Center

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT NASA Glenn Research Center Sky-high inspiration. Cleveland NASA campus adds research building befitting exploration, collaboration. Dramatic yet subtle Amplify custom window films display inspiring messaging and dramatic NASA technology imagery. When the NASA John H. Glenn Research…  read more

Posted in: Branding, Highlight, Project Profiles, Takeform News  |  Tagged: 3 Dimensional, ADA Compliance, ADA standards, Art, Branded space, dimensional letters, Environmental Graphics, Experiential Design, Experiential Graphics, Facility, Fusion, Graphic Panels, Graphics, Privacy Window Film, room id, Sign design, Signage, Wallcovering, Window film

Project Profile: Ampirical

PROJECT PROFILE Ampirical Powering up. Takeform brings graphic concept to life for energy sector business. One Louisiana firm has made a mission of helping the energy industry power the U.S.—and Takeform helped them make their new HQ an energizing place to work. Based in Covington, Louisiana, Ampirical…  read more

Posted in: Branding, Case Study, Engineering, Exterior Signage, Interior Signage, Project Profiles  |  Tagged: ADA Compliance, Brand, Branded space, customer experience, dimensional letters, dimensional logo, Directional Signage, Environmental Graphics, Experiential Design, Experiential Graphics, Exterior Signage, Graphic Panels, Graphics, Illuminated Sign Cabinets, Installation, level indicator, Logos, recognition, Restroom Signs, Sign design, Wallcovering, Window film

Takeform on 10: The one NeoCon space you have to experience.

The one NeoCon showroom you need to experience: Takeform on 10 An energized new showroom. Dramatic experiential design projects. Inspiring new product. There is so much to be excited about – we can't wait to reconnect with you in Chicago at NeoCon 2021. Here's a preview... New Showroom DesignFour…  read more

Posted in: Takeform News  |  Tagged: Acoustic Panels, Acoustic Partitions, ADA Compliance, ADA standards, Americans with Disabilities Act, Branded space, Environmental Graphics, Experiential Design, Experiential Graphics, Sign design, Signage, Wallcovering, Wayfinding

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

The following is a summary of ADA regulations related to signage and wayfinding based on the Department of Justice's 2010 revision of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. As of March 15, 2012 compliance with the 2010 Standards are required for new construction and alterations under Titles II…  read more

Posted in: ADA, Interior Signage, Wayfinding  |  Tagged: ADA Compliance, ADA standards, Americans with Disabilities Act, Directional Signage, Graphics, Interior Design, Permanent Room Sign, room id, Signage, Wayfinding

Project Highlight: Liberty Mountain Resort

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT Liberty Mountain Resort An even greater escape Pennsylvania getaway turns to Takeform to unify—and dial up—their distinctive charm When Liberty Mountain Resort acquired Carroll Valley golf course and expanded their facilities, the owners decided it was a golden opportunity to rebrand…  read more

Posted in: Branding, Exterior Signage, Highlight, Interior Signage, Project Profiles, Takeform News  |  Tagged: ADA Compliance, customer experience, dimensional letters, Directional Signage, Environmental Graphics, Experiential Design, Experiential Graphics, Exterior Signage, Graphics, Hospitality, Hotel, Installation, Logos, Resort, Signage, Wayfinding

Project Highlight: Ellicott Street Garage

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT: 854 Ellicott Street Parking Garage Ramping up stress-free parking Takeform helps new downtown Buffalo garage guide people to multiple health facilities A growing cluster of Buffalo, N.Y., hospitals is bringing more employees and more visitors to the neighborhood—along with more…  read more

Posted in: ADA, Branding, Exterior Signage, Project Profiles  |  Tagged: ADA Compliance, ADA standards, Brand, Branded space, Directional Signage, Environmental Graphics, Graphic Panels, Graphics, Sign design, Signage, Vivid, Wayfinding, Window film

Project Highlight: M&T Tech Hub

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT M&T Tech Hub Buffalo tech sector's high-rise boost Takeform helps M&T Bank translate high concept into fresh vibe High-tech attitude. Dynamic floor plans. Vibrant décor. A landmark Buffalo, N.Y., skyscraper found a new purpose thanks to M&T Bank, whose $58 million investment…  read more

Posted in: ADA, Branding, Interior Signage, Wayfinding  |  Tagged: 3 Dimensional, Acrylic, ADA Compliance, ADA standards, Braille, Branded space, Corporate, dimensional letters, Directional Signage, Environmental Graphics, Experiential Design, Experiential Graphics, notice holder, room id, Signage, Vivid, Window film