Map of Utah
       
     
Map of Utah: Lobby Sign
       
     
Map of Utah
       
     
Map of Utah
       
     
TRASH TUNNEL
       
     
TRASH TUNNEL
       
     
Map of Salt Lake City
       
     
Map of Salt Lake City
       
     
Map of Salt Lake City
       
     
Map of Salt Lake City
       
     
LOOK
       
     
LOOK: Moire
       
     
LOOK: Moire
       
     
LOOK: Kaleidoscope
       
     
LOOK: Kaleidoscope
       
     
LOOK: Kaleidoscope
       
     
LOOK
       
     
LOOK: Hardware
       
     
LOOK: Prism
       
     
LOOK: Prism
       
     
LOOK: lens
       
     
LOOK: Lens
       
     
LOOK: Color
       
     
LOOK: Color
       
     
LOOK: Periscope
       
     
LOOK: Periscope
       
     
Map of Utah
       
     
Map of Utah

Map of Utah: Maple, sandstone, industrial felt and brass. These three materials (in five finishes) represent the company’s three areas of professional focus.

For C.W. Group

Map of Utah: Lobby Sign
       
     
Map of Utah: Lobby Sign

Opposite wall. Blackened hot-roll steel plate with custom cut brass medallions.

Map of Utah
       
     
Map of Utah

Custom etched brass medallions mark the client’s three bases of operation.

Map of Utah
       
     
Map of Utah

Each of the 29 counties in all materials and were hand finished in the shop.

TRASH TUNNEL
       
     
TRASH TUNNEL

Wooden frame, integrated lights, net and trash. This thirty foot long tunnel lined with trash served as the entry experience for an exhibit about sustainability.

TRASH TUNNEL
       
     
TRASH TUNNEL

9' diameter opening tapered to 5'6" at the exit point.

Map of Salt Lake City
       
     
Map of Salt Lake City

Custom cut hot-roll steel, silver paint and chrome hardware

For The Colmena Group

Map of Salt Lake City
       
     
Map of Salt Lake City

Accurate topography lines were hand painted onto the wall in silver.

Map of Salt Lake City
       
     
Map of Salt Lake City

Chrome standoffs support the laser-cut steel street map two inches from the wall.

Map of Salt Lake City
       
     
Map of Salt Lake City

The client asked for a piece that would showcase their love for and professional commitment to Salt Lake City.

LOOK
       
     
LOOK

A series of window installations in Children’s section of the Weber County Headquarters Library. The installation challenges visitors to look at their world in new and unexpected ways. The design references the order and repetition in nature that early humans observed which led directly to the discovery of Mathematics.

This installation was developed in collaboration with Artist and Exhibit Developer, Meggie Troili

And under the direction of Prescott Muir Architects

LOOK: Moire
       
     
LOOK: Moire

Stacked glass panels with etched patterns, custom steel hardware in white powdercoat and polished stainless.

LOOK: Moire
       
     
LOOK: Moire

As the visitor moves towards the window, the layered patterns created a Moire effect, seemingly rippling and flowing together.

LOOK: Kaleidoscope
       
     
LOOK: Kaleidoscope

Steel matrix frame and custom cut mirror assembly, custom polished stainless steel hardware.

LOOK: Kaleidoscope
       
     
LOOK: Kaleidoscope

Each fully mirrored cell creates an individual kaleidoscope through which the visitor can view the outside world. Some cells have mirrored backs and reflect the viewer’s own image back to them.

LOOK: Kaleidoscope
       
     
LOOK: Kaleidoscope

Each Installation is intended to be experienced from both the inside and the outside of the library.

LOOK
       
     
LOOK

The windows are prominently visible on the library’s eastern elevation.

LOOK: Hardware
       
     
LOOK: Hardware

Each installation is protected by tempered glass mounted with custom stainless steel hardware.

LOOK: Prism
       
     
LOOK: Prism

Glass prism assemblies, custom steel hardware in white powdercoat and polished stainless.

LOOK: Prism
       
     
LOOK: Prism

The morning light through this widow fills the Children’s Section with hundreds of refracted rainbows.

LOOK: lens
       
     
LOOK: lens

Glass Lenses, steel matrix and custom polished stainless steel hardware.

LOOK: Lens
       
     
LOOK: Lens

Visitors experience their vision through a series of filters that bend and distort the observable world.

LOOK: Color
       
     
LOOK: Color

25 custom colored and cut glass panels stacked in layers, custom polished stainless steel hardware.

LOOK: Color
       
     
LOOK: Color

Visitors observe their world through colored filters, stacked to multiply the number of colors and illustrate the effect of blending tones. This installation is mounted directly to the reverse side of the tempered glass security panel with special adhesive and seems to float in air.

LOOK: Periscope
       
     
LOOK: Periscope

Mirror, custom steel hardware in powdercoat white and polished stainless.

LOOK: Periscope
       
     
LOOK: Periscope

Staggered mirrors create a periscope effect, giving visitors a completely reflected and shifted view of the outside world.