Here’s a project wherein both the macro and micro aspects of the building architecture contributed to the overall signage experience.
Pernod Ricard’s entrance sign at their Delhi office and the place-maker wall in the reception lounge are one of the most intricate works of signage engineering and making we’ve done in a long time.
Rooftop signs are always a complex deal and if the towers have glazed facades the complexity gets a couple of notches higher. The CLIX rooftop sign at this DLF tower was no different.
If life is a reflection of what we allow ourselves to see, this WPP sign ensures that you see a range of colours reflect back at you all the time! Designed, engineered and built by VDIS, this sign is an attempt to showcase the power of creativity and vibrance that brand WPP stands for. The engineering of the sign is such that as you drive past it on the Gurgaon expressway, the sign shifts colours in the cyan-blue-magenta spectrum and reflects red-gold colours at the same time! Go take a look…
French IT major, Steria’s India HQ at Noida presented before us a brief of designing and building corporate branding environments for some of its clients who are the biggest global names in the domains of finance, IT and healthcare.
A coming together of old-world charm and contemporary minimalism is clearly visible if you take a walk into Lumax’s office in Delhi. We kept a similar marriage alive while designing and building the signage scheme for them. The matted black bases and minimalistic typography is dovetailed with brass content overlays.