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ASI Announces News Design Elements for Pacific Interior™ Modular Signage
Pacific Interior™, ASI's innovative curved-face modular interior signage solution, now features design accents and Print on Panel finishing technology.
By: Kelly David
Pacific's new design accents help improve wayfinding and enhance the distinctive curved style of Pacific Interior. The design accents are available in a wide range of colors, providing an effective solution for color-coded and directory-oriented wayfinding. Pacific Interior's new accents are also available in custom shapes and can be placed in multiple orientations between the panels, providing an excellent means of directional wayfinding.
“The great thing about Pacific Interior's new features is that they give the signage a unique, eye-catching appearance, while providing more opportunities to enhance the design and functionality of an overall signage program,” said Kelly David, director of marketing and product management at ASI.
Also new to Pacific Interior is Print on Panel. With this cutting-edge technology, lettering and graphics are digitally printed directly onto the signage panels. Print on Panel allows designers greater freedom of expression to communicate their facility's brand and to better complement the architectural design as well as its unique décor. Print on Panel also gives greater possibilities for innovative and nuanced wayfinding solutions.
Pacific Interior has a distinguished history. As the first modular, curved-face signage available in the marketplace, it caught on immediately not only because of its ability to provide wayfinding solutions that were both attractive and effective but also because of its flexibility, simplicity of maintenance and unobtrusive appearance. Pacific Interior is also an eco-friendly signage solution. “The durable construction and modular design of Pacific Interior allows for more time in the life-cycle and less time in the waste-cycle,”