Stanco Signage was contracted to etch this company’s logo into the glass partition walls.

Located in Irvine, California, Alphaeon needed etched glass to compliment its office suite renovation. As the space boasted expansive glass walls, it became apparent that a solution was required to prevent accidents caused by inadvertent collisions with the glass. This presented an exciting opportunity for us to seamlessly integrate the brand’s identity into the office environment.

Glass “etching” is a popular method for adding branding elements to glass surfaces in a subtle and sophisticated manner, often used for office doors, windows, partitions, and other architectural features.

Stanco used etched glass to enhance this office space in Irvine, California.

In collaboration with Alphaeon, we devised a strategy to leverage the glass surfaces to extend their brand presence while addressing safety concerns. By incorporating subtle yet distinctive branding elements onto the glass, we enhanced the office space’s aesthetics and reinforced Alphaeon’s identity throughout the premises. The result was a cohesive and visually appealing solution that served a practical purpose and contributed to the overall ambiance of the workspace.

Etched glass protects people from walking into glass walls and partitions.

These glass panels are etched with the company logo to prevent people from accidentally colliding with the “invisible” wall.

Through strategic design and meticulous implementation, we successfully transformed the glass walls of Alphaeon’s new location into a seamless blend of functionality and branding. This project exemplifies our commitment to delivering innovative signage solutions that meet our clients’ practical needs and elevate their brand presence in a subtle and sophisticated manner.

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Tyler Curtis

Tyler Curtis

Tyler Curtis is the President of Stanco Signage Systems and a United States Military Veteran. You can reach Tyler directly at (800) 580-6668.