St. Louis Custom Architectural Signage
What is Architectural Signage?
“Architectural signage” is a broad term. Technically it can apply to any sign that is installed on the outside of a building that bears some kind of identifier. In common usage within the sign industry, architectural signage usually refers to signs that are a part of a series of signage –or a sign system– that exists on multiple related buildings.
Uses for Architectural Signage
Architectural signs are often utilized to identify a series of interconnected buildings or buildings that are associated with each other. They are often found on campuses. The Washington University in St. Louis campus, for example, uses architectural signage to identify their buildings and brand them all as existing under the Washington University umbrella. But architectural signs are not only for universities; business and government complexes also use them.
Types of Architectural Signage
Architectural signage can be plaques, 3D Signage, channel letter signs, or dimensional letters. Architectural signs don’t necessarily have to be installed on walls either; they can be installed on monument signs and pole signs.
Why Choose Us for Architectural Signage in St. Louis, MO?
Because architectural signs identify your business, institution, or organization, they must accurately represent your brand, so design is very important. But because they’re exposed to the St. Louis area elements year-round, you also need durable architectural signs. Horizon Sign Company can design, manufacture, and install durable and on-brand architectural signage that fit your organization’s look and personality. We proudly serve clients in Brentwood, Clayton, Webster Groves, Maplewood, Kirkwood, Richmond Heights, Rock Hill, and anywhere else throughout the St. Louis area of Missouri. Please contact us to learn more.