Vista chosen for 'Israel's biggest toy shop'
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By News Desk
19 October 2010
The Vista signage was designed to fit around existing concrete columns
My Baby Center, the largest toy and baby product shop in Israel, has fitted new signage supplied by Vista System International.
Studio Keren required unique and custom made wayfinding signs for the shop, located in Yirca in northern Galilee. The project included the production of six pylons which had to fit perfectly around existing concrete columns, with an elegant and stylish appearance. Ten Vista Light profiles were used in combination to create a wrap-around sign for each column.
Vista System says the client opted for its Modular Curved Frame Technology (MCFT) solutions due to their 'flexibility, stylish design and competitive price'. The company claims the concept was developed to fill a gap between custom-made and modular signs, by offering a customisable product which retained the advantages of modular signage. MCFT signs from Vista have also been installed in restaurants and government buildings in Spain and railway stations and border control areas in South Africa recently.
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