They’re not just architectural signs, they’re “direction definers.”
Inpro, the global provider of high‐performance, design‐forward architectural products, believes signage should be an extension of a building’s interior, not an interruption. With this belief, the company utilizes its design capabilities and expert advice to create and install architectural signage that people can rely on to navigate them where they need to go.
Inpro is a Nova Polymers Preferred Fabricator, headquartered in Wisconsin with 40 sales reps around the country ready to assist you with your next project.
“Inpro would like to thank Nova Polymers for their continued support over the years. Our photopolymer signs have been a big part of our success” said Ramsey Bader, Divisional Sales Director at Inpro.
“As we look into 2020, we are excited about new investments that we have made in our business and look forward to continue servicing our customers around the nation for their signage needs“, he added.
Since 1979, Inpro has been delivering endless design concepts to enhance brands through digitally printed signs and customizable imagery. These concepts are perfectly crafted to fit into any design while blending with the building’s architecture for a cohesive experience.
Inpro is obsessed with protecting buildings. How they look. How they function. And how they protect the health and safety of the people who use them every day. Their standard sign designs have been carefully constructed to reduce design time and lead times.
Below are two of the company’s newest standard sign designs:
Tokyo™ Standard Sign Design
With the proportions of this ADA compliant sign, you can add a “pop” of imagery to your interior signage. This will accentuate the imagery with a digitally printed backplate.
You can provide your own high‐resolution imagery; however, it is recommended to choose related images to maintain a cohesive facility design.
Paris™ Standard Sign Design
Incorporate a full image without overtaking your message with this integrated graphic panel sign design. The proportions of this ADA compliant sign allow you to showcase imagery through a full digital print image next to the sign face.
Some of the benefits of these signs are that they can enhance the wayfinding experience through memorable imagery, harmonize design elements perfectly throughout the building, and infuse your brand into the architecture.
Along with architectural signage, Inpro’s full product catalog includes door + wall protection, washrooms, cubical curtains, expansion joint systems, elevator interiors, and commercial window treatments. To learn more about Inpro and its services, visit www.inprocorp.com.