• Light Interference Coatings (LIC) enhance stainless steel with a broad range of colors applied over the fabricated material. From a deep black to bright primary colors the LIC process allows the material's character to remain.
    Light Interference Coated Stainless Steel
  • Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP) Laid Up entails the use of chopped fiber and fiber sheet material in combination with layers of resin.  The fibers and fiber sheet can range from low-yield industrial fibers to high-yield carbon fiber materials.  Highly complex shapes can be produced and the scale of the pieces is virtually limited only by shipping logistics.  The elements can be produced in translucent or opaque in a variety of colors and textures.
    Fiber Reinforced Polymer-Laid Up
  • Often referred to as crucible glass, the ingredients for the glass are combined and melted until it becomes liquid.  The liquid is poured into open-face molds or closed-cell ceramic molds and annealed.  Once the glass has fully annealed the mold is stripped away and our craftspeople clean and polish the cast glass.  The material has a depth and character that is not achievable with fused float glass.  A wide range of integral colors are available.
    Molten Cast Glass
  • Creating detailed patterns and images on cement surfaces has traditionally been a challenge in architecture.  With new polymer-masking technologies, highly detailed patters and images can be created within the slurry coat to expose the small aggregate creating offsetting colors within the same pour.
    Printed Cement
  • Available in both closed cell and open cell foam, the material creates visual interest as an architectural feature.  In addition, the material is effective at reducing sound transmission.
    Aluminum Foam
  • One of the byproducts of float glass production is tons of broken glass.  Through the fusing process, the broken pieces of glass are fused together.  Fusing technology has improved in recent years.  Now many plies of a wide range of float glass material can be fused together to produce solid, heavy glass make ups.  Typical annealed float glass is limited to 25 mm (1”) but fused solid glass can be produced in thicknesses up to 75 mm (3”) with multiple plies.
    Fused Glass-Layered
  • Iridescent Porcelain
  • We cast metals using traditional sand, platen and lost wax investment casting.  Each method has distinct advantages and the results offer different levels of refinement and interest.
    Cast Bronze
  • Cloisonne
  • The suspended metal is embedded into the resin to create a monolithic “liquid metal” which can then be applied to many different substrates depending on the application.  Suspended metals can emulate bronze, silver, pewter, gold, copper, and Cor-Ten steel.
    Suspended Metal|Resin-Cast
  • Stacking carved lites can take on additional depth and character when fused.  The carved lites may integrate different colors or textures in combination with the carving to create unique architectural glass.
    Carved Glass
  • We use multi-axis milling machines to create dimensional patterns in the material.  Once milled, we can soften the appearance by applying a number of surface treatments and finishes.
    Milled Aluminum
  • We cast steel and iron using traditional sand with resin binders.  The unique pattern of the metal flow adds visual interest to the material when transparent finishes are used.
    Sand Cast Steel|Iron
  • Extruded Terra Cotta | Ceramic offers economies of scale in production and uniformity in tolerances, finishes and gloss.  With the same properties of cast Terra Cotta | Ceramic, the material is lineally oriented for both interior and exterior applications.
    Terra Cotta-Extruded
  • Often referred to as crucible glass, the ingredients for the glass are combined and melted until it becomes liquid.  The liquid is poured into open-face molds or closed-cell ceramic molds and annealed.  Once the glass has fully annealed the mold is stripped away and our craftspeople clean and polish the cast glass.  The material has a depth and character that is not achievable with fused float glass.  A wide range of integral colors are available.
    Molten Cast Glass

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