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primary signs, fascia, and wall signs in reception areas

German translation: Gebäude / Firmenschilder - (Fassade) Blenden - Wandschilder

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01:52 Nov 12, 2000
English to German translations [Non-PRO]
Marketing - Construction / Civil Engineering
English term or phrase: primary signs, fascia, and wall signs in reception areas
Usage of Honda Trademark
Always use the logo and symbol mark in together on primary signs, fascia, and wall signs in reception areas (or desktop logo and symbol mark plates).
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Local time: 06:12
German translation:Gebäude / Firmenschilder - (Fassade) Blenden - Wandschilder
Explanation:
AUTODICAUTOM gives this appropriate definition and translations for "fascia" as used in congresses & trade fairs terminology:

"Board giving exhibitor's name in an exhibition or indicating the purposes of service desks in a conference reception area" - which could also apply to company sites elsewhere, for example factory and office buildings

"Informationstafel" – "Blende" – "Standblende"

Most other EDA hits for "fascia" were medical terms.

"Primary signs" sounds suspiciously like translated Japanese for "(main) building signs" = "(Haupt) Gebäude / Firmenschilder"

The way in which they always use the words "logo" and "symbol mark" TOGETHER, leads me back to the concept of "Wortmarke" and "Bildmarke" from your other question. As we saw at the other reference sites, "Wortmarke" can = "logo" if the "Wortmarke" is written in a specific manner like "HONDA" does it. I think it just means they want the name and symbol used together, not just one or the other.

The "wall signs in reception areas" would be "Wandschilder im (Gebäude) Empfangsbereich"



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Gebäude / Firmenschilder - (Fassade) Blenden - Wandschilder


Explanation:
AUTODICAUTOM gives this appropriate definition and translations for "fascia" as used in congresses & trade fairs terminology:

"Board giving exhibitor's name in an exhibition or indicating the purposes of service desks in a conference reception area" - which could also apply to company sites elsewhere, for example factory and office buildings

"Informationstafel" – "Blende" – "Standblende"

Most other EDA hits for "fascia" were medical terms.

"Primary signs" sounds suspiciously like translated Japanese for "(main) building signs" = "(Haupt) Gebäude / Firmenschilder"

The way in which they always use the words "logo" and "symbol mark" TOGETHER, leads me back to the concept of "Wortmarke" and "Bildmarke" from your other question. As we saw at the other reference sites, "Wortmarke" can = "logo" if the "Wortmarke" is written in a specific manner like "HONDA" does it. I think it just means they want the name and symbol used together, not just one or the other.

The "wall signs in reception areas" would be "Wandschilder im (Gebäude) Empfangsbereich"





Dan McCrosky
Local time: 06:12
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