Buildings – Outdoor signs

They include those elements of communication that are either vertical or horizontal and which are installed in public places with the end of communicating the image of a product or company. BVA Building YPF Building Galicia Bank Building

Corporate Equipment

This equipment helps maintain people informed, and at the same time and due to its design, colors and shape, they help identify the company. Examples: ATMs, stands, POP equipment, mailboxes, screens, brochure displays, poster frames, light holders, office partition walls, etc.


They are elements of visual identification that guide the people in a shop or company (Bus stations, airports, public buildings, etc.) or along streets.

Pylon Signs

An element of visual identification. Because of its size (height and width) it allows to inform about the location, the corporate identity or about the products. It may or may not be integrated to the sign system of the place. They can be channel signs, they can have poles and different shapes.

Pole Signs

An element of visual identification used so that the message reaches a great distance. It is made up of a cylindrical or rectangular column and it supports a sign which can be laterally mounted or on top. It is usually used as an additional element to accompany channel signs and canopies and it facilitates the…

Outdoor Wall Signs

These signs are usually placed above doors and windows, they can either be flat or they can have different shapes and designs. In the case of those buildings that already have canopies, these signs can be mounted over the canopies in order to identify the stores, the brand, or the service. They are used to…


It is a structure that projects from the façade of a building towards the street. It may or may not indicate the shop’s main entrance and it may also cover many floors. Its construction and materials are closely related to the company’s corporate image. It is used to advertise the services or the products provided…