EDG Research Performing International Survey to Measure Architects’
Acceptance of Building Façade Media Mesh and Grid Systems
On-Line Survey for Architectural Design Firms ~ "Their Use of Display Media Mesh and Grid
Facades" Whether it is LED mesh or grids, lamp, hybrid or projection based, these media facade
systems are being installed with a design eye towards urban enhancements and city identity,
advertising and corporate branding and even artistic impressions.
Cumberland, MD (PRWEB) Jan. 8, 2010 -- EDG Research, the leading firm providing research in the Large Area
Electronic Display (LAD) industry, is conducting an international survey of architect design houses and lighting
companies to determine the future of display façade use across the globe.
“Over the past 2-3 years, there are some very dynamic applications of LAD technology, particularly in Europe
and some parts of Asia, utilizing LED, lamp, hybrid and projection technologies. Although not as prevelant EDG
is seeing more installations here in the USA. We want to know where this is going, and what the implications
may be for a number of industries,” said Terry Lee, Director of Market Research for EDG. These display façades
allow for greater creativity and branding while keeping the architectural structure of the building primarily intact.
Terry added, “These are mesh or grid systems, so light is allowed to filter through, not interfering with the
function of the building and enhances the building characteristic or “message.” It’s starting to transform the urban
and suburban landscape. That’s why we’re conducting this survey – we want to track this potential and see where
The survey, which can be answered through EDG’s website, focuses on large displays that can transform
building facades into canvases for art, advertisements, or community messaging. Such displays are also being
used in indoor applications.
To participate in this survey, simply log onto this link.
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