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APEX Mesh

Mar 15, 2017No Comments

Expanded metal mesh Amico’s APEX expanded metal mesh offers many benefits such as texture, passage of light, air movement, reduction of solar gain, high strength-to-weight

12 Blocks

Mar 15, 2017No Comments

Multifunctional concrete blocks The 12 Blocks bring innovation to a time-tested building component—the common concrete block. Each block has a unique sculptural profile that engages

Convex Glass

Dec 08, 2009No Comments

Dimensional glass panels Convex Glass was produced and developed by Nathan Allan Glass Studios with the architectural firms Janson/Goldstein and Front Inc. in New York.

3D Studio Line

Aug 20, 2009No Comments

Multidimensional kiln cast glass With the increased sophistication of glass-fabrication technologies, flatness and clarity have typically been the most sought-after traits in architectural glass. However,

Brick

Aug 09, 2009No Comments

Lasercut-polystyrene module shelving Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec’s Brick modules are lasercut polystyrene shelving units. Originally conceived for the backdrop for an exhibition, the Brick system

Mind the Gap

Aug 01, 2009No Comments

Three-dimensional acrylic wallpaper Mind the Gap is an interconnected network of acrylic hexagonal boxes and strips applied in varying densities. Designer Ane Lykke uses these

Dimple Halftone

Jul 12, 2009No Comments

Textured image panels Dimple Halftone is a new process intended to create a microlandscape of texture that, when viewed at different distances, can be recognized

Topo Table

Jul 07, 2009No Comments

Customizable table with removable planter/vessels TOPO is a series of Corian tables with built-in reconfigurable landscapes. Plastic inserts drop into the table to create functional

Gemstone

Jun 07, 2009No Comments

Sculptural recycled cast glass Once glass is tempered, it cannot be cut. If someone attempts to cut tempered glass, the glass will explode. Companies often

Kerrigan Architectural Tile

May 20, 2009No Comments

High-relief ceramic forms Kerrigan ceramic architectural tiles are the result of Chicago-based designer Bryan Kerrigan’s methodical exploration of dimensionality and texture of the ceramic tile.