Similar to a pylon, a the monolith is a free-standing structure built on poles, however, it has more of an architectural element to it. All poles are wrapped, but unlike a pylon, they are not visible so that the focus is on the unique and custom design from top to bottom.
Monoliths are often used as identifiers at the front of a site to assist visitors with location recognition. Another common use of a monolith is to integrate with wayfinding to create a more unique way of directing users around a site. Digital screens can also be incorporated in order to bring your brand to the next level.
- The construction of a monolith itself can be completely unique and allows you to replicate your identity with absolute creative freedom
- Crucial site identifier that can be seen both during the day and at night
- Visibility from a distance, allowing recognition of location sooner than any other sign type
- Unique structures that allows you to combine brand identification and wayfinding