Below is our recent interview with Matt Buksbaum, Executive Vice President of Visual Graphic Systems:
Q: Matt, can you tell us something more about Visual Graphic Systems?
A: Visual Graphic Systems is a single-source for design, fabrication and roll-out of value-driven, easily replicated visual communication systems, interior and exterior signage, display fixtures, and so much more.
Q: You’ve recently installed a unique new donor recognition wall for Dharmakaya, a nonprofit Buddhist organization; could you tell us something more?
A: Dharmakaya came to Visual Graphic Systems to ensure the new donor recognition system would fit seamlessly with the Center’s unique Western-Eastern design style, offering a permanent space to present donors’ names in a beautiful and elegant setting. The donor wall required nuance and subtlety to meet the Center’s needs and capture the delicacy and understated elegance the Center’s new architectural and interior design. To achieve this, Visual Graphic Systems walked Dharmakaya through a comprehensive, care-driven process of considering materials, creating samples, and coordinating with the architect.
Q: Can you tell us something more about your products? What makes them special?
A: For over 35 years, our uniquely concurrent process, combined with real-world thinking, has allowed us to design, fabricate and roll-out incredible projects, distinctly tailored to our clients’ brands.
Q: You have designed, fabricated and rolled-out incredible projects for over 35 years. What was the biggest challenge?
A: Building on years of experience, we have the advantage of combining our unique design proficiency and strong project management skills, with solid fabrication expertise, to create an unparalleled customer experience.
Q: What can we expect from VGS in the future?
A: We will continue to be the market leader and to pioneer. With an in-house design studio, 110,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space, product development, value engineering with intention, and rapid prototyping – all under one roof – we will continue to redefined the term “integrated.”