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Designing an LED Display Requires Collaboration
Dreaming up an incredible display solution is only part of the challenge faced by today’s architects and consultants – they also need to find a manufacturer capable of accommodating their designs. While some providers trap architects and consultants into thinking within the confines of a standard rectangle, sometimes the best way of doing business with architects and consultants is to simply help them realize the vision they’ve got in their head. That approach requires collaboration on designs, drawings, and specifications, consultation throughout the process drawn from experience with similar installations, and most importantly, the skillset to actually create the necessary products.
NANOLUMENS UNBOXES CREATIVITY
NanoLumens offers unlimited degrees of freedom in the design of our displays so architects and consultants who work with us can truly unleash their creativity. Thanks to the frame-and-skin topology of our flexible display technology and the resourcefulness of our talented engineers, accommodating the challenging demands of complex architectures is what we do best. Throughout our step by step process, our unmatched team of experts work with your firm to design the perfect display solution to transform any built environment. Whether a display solution is inside or out, flat or curved, wall-mounted or suspended, if you can dream it, we can build it.
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Continuing Education for Architects Through AIA
Architects shape our future by designing the world around us–that’s a vision we at NanoLumens can get behind. We work with architects, designers, integrators, and AV consultants to integrate our LED Display solutions into your designs, bringing your vision to life without disruption or compromise. Still, we wanted to go a step further and to become an integrated part of the architectural and design community, and have become a part of the Architects Continuing Education Systems in the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom.