Sign material selection and design was integral to the overall program that visually supported the architect’s scheme of transparency and interplay of shadow and light. The main floor consists of a curved polymer resin panel that was to contain donor names and the Diana Center Title. Initially, ¾-inch dimensional cutout pin-letters were specified. CMI was able to convince the client team that metallic vinyl profile-cut letters for the donors would not only be just as visually appropriate, logistically and production-wise, but a better solution in the long run, when donors were updated. The Diana Center name was put in dimensional waterjet profile cut letters to maintain the gravitas of the donor area.