Affectionately referred to as the ribbon fixtures, the architect’s designs for these were accompanied by a photograph of a paperclip twisted into this organic shape. A perfect blend of challenging 3D modeling and artisan execution delivered the architect’s vision; no paperclips required.
This dynamic fixture combines hand-patinated steel bar with precision-crafted stainless to create a highly flexible and sculptural display.
These floor-to-ceiling features weighed over 400 lbs. but were designed to be visually light. Fabricated from laser cut steel tube with a hand applied bronze finish, they have integrated slotted standards to accept a variety of hardware. Shown here with both glass shelves and hang bars, they offer a completely flexible visual merchandising opportunity.
Over 200 individual walnut planks were mechanically fastened to create these flexible displays. With the ability to be shelved or hang, these undulating units create a rich texture resulting in a highly flexible and visually compelling feature.
Amuneal’s engineering process is a critical part of our approach to manufacturing. In this case, our detailed digital model was required to ensure the repeatability of such a fluid design.
When creating drawings for our manufacturing team, we model each individual component before creating a final digital assembly. This discipline allows us to find potential pitfalls before they could be picked up in the fabrication process. In addition, we are also able to use our drawing documentation as an inventory control tool and as assembly documentation especially when working on such a complicated feature.