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11.15.3. Signage System. Direction signs should tie into the interior signage system. Every
building should have a directory (Sign Type AA2) at each entrance and a floor directory (Sign
Type AA3) at each elevator or stairway landing. The directories should include room numbers in
order to give continuity of directional information from entry through arrival on the floor and
location of the room. Room numbers placed on or beside office doors complete the system.
11.15.4. Placement of Messages. Messages are placed flush left or flush right to the arrow.
Arrows pointing to the left, up, or down, have flush left messages, and arrows pointing to the
right have flush right messages. The arrow is centered in the space between the message and the
edge of the sign.
Figure 11.15. Placement of Direction Signs Types CC1 and CC2.
11.15.5. Direction Signs Type CC1 Layouts.
18.104.22.168. Colors. Colors should coordinate with the building interior design scheme.