Case Study National Public Radio

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National Public Radio

  • Client: National Public Radio, Washington DC

  • Date: June 27, 2012

  • Skills: Sign Design, Graphic Design, LEDs, Fabrication



Jack Stone Signs constructed a 54' tall steel tower for the new Washington, DC headquaters of National Public Radio. The "Icon" tower's painted tubes were drilled and tapped to hold perforated aluminum panels and glass sheets. The entire length of the tower is lined with colored LED sticks provided by Sansi North America. LED displays by SNA were also installed around the exterior walls as well as the interior lobby. .

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“It's really about showcasing NPR's new headquarters,” as described by Mitch Leathers, SNA's Director of Marketing, “and using all our LED components to bring a creative, cutting-edge look and feel to the forefront of NPR's public presence.”

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Mitch Leathers
SNA's Director of Marketing

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