A newly renovated century-old former furniture warehouse known as the Ashton Building is the new home to multiple businesses and it's obvious from its many amenities that the developers spared no effort in honoring the building's history while embracing the future. This includes a vibrant 1.56mm 16' wide and 9' tall LED display in the lobby, courtesy of integrator AVI-SPL and NanoLumens.
When it comes to architecture, few cities in the Western Hemisphere can compete with Chicago. From modern skyscrapers to historic landmarks there’s something for everyone, and when it comes to landmarks it takes a certain architectural prowess to preserve a place’s history while giving it a 21st-century facelift. The architects at Gensler did exactly this and with the help of Landmark Sign Group and some cutting edge technology from NanoLumens,
A variety of NanoLumens displays were recently installed at Minneapolis−Saint Paul International Airport, including wayfinding signage, baggage claim column wraps, and three unique LED displays used to signal arriving passengers to Delta’s curbside check-in desk.
Midtown West Marketing Suite, part of Brookfield Properties’ 7M square foot mixed-use property Manhattan West, is designed to showcase the New York City complex to prospective clients. To that end, visitors receive an innovative and boundary-pushing experience from two NanoLumens 1.56mm Nixel Series Flex displays that truly deliver a high-resolution WOW-factor experience.
The crown jewel of the new 1100 Lousiana lobby is the recently installed digital experience lobby wall, dubbed “the 1100 Experience.” The 4K LED display measures 32 feet wide by 18 feet high with a 36-foot diagonal distance, which makes it the largest commercial office indoor digital installation of its kind in downtown Houston.