NCR ENVIRONMENTAL SIGANGE
Moss produced a wide range of environmental signage and graphics for NCR’s new global headquarters in Atlanta. The 750,000 sq. ft. campus is comprised of two towers with ultimate space for 5,000 employees.
With Atlanta a burgeoning global tech center and NCR’s location near many colleges, the amenity-packed campus is engaging and attractive to top talent and new grads. NCR executive leadership regards it as celebration of “the innovators, dreamers, and problem-solvers who walk through our doors every day.”
This cascading key installation is made of molded silicon keys. Aircraft cable was meticulously placed into the drying molds to create the string assemblies and thousands of keyboard decals were applied.
This caffeinated café sign is made of routed metal framing with varying colors of wire wrapped and interwoven around the frame.
The food hall area features a Cinco Sentidos sign composed of reverse aluminum can letters with a PVC board backer and painted gradient.
In the gym, a glass wall features plotter cut black vinyl with a matte lam finish; The M sign is cut and welded steel with black powdercoating.
In the 24-hour market, the Mr. Merchant sign is crafted of black laser-cut plexi with painted returns. “Mr. Merchant” was how the customer was referred to in a sales manual by NCR founder & president John H. Patterson – the founder of modern selling!
For the large brick wall that backdrops a communal area, plotter-cut vinyl applied with a heat gun conforms to the contoured surface of the brick and grout.