The Brass Workshop team manufactured decorative cladding for walls and a column to the design of Yo Dezeen architectural studio. The fine point was to reproduce a decorative relief and exclude any joints on the 2.7 meter high surface.
The project required 372 shaped parts of different sizes, adding up to 2,700mm in length. They were assembled into panels and installed onsite. Our team aligned the shaped parts manually to minimize clearances.
The panels were given a 10 micrometer nano-coat to preserve the integrity of the look and protect the surface from environmental impact.
The collaboration between The Brass Workshop and Yo Dezeen architectural studio proved to be a meticulous endeavor, requiring precision and attention to detail. The challenge was clear: to replicate a decorative relief seamlessly on a vast 2.7-meter-high surface, leaving no room for visible joints.
To achieve this, the project demanded the creation of 372 uniquely shaped parts, each varying in size, but collectively spanning an impressive 2,700 millimeters in length. The crafting of these components was a labor of dedication and precision, a testament to the craftsmanship of The Brass Workshop team.
Once all the parts were meticulously fashioned, they were painstakingly assembled into panels. The alignment of these components was a critical step in the process. With a keen eye for detail, our team manually positioned each piece, minimizing clearances to ensure a seamless appearance once installed.
To safeguard the panels’ visual allure and protect them from the rigors of the environment, a 10-micrometer nano-coat was expertly applied. This nano-coating not only preserved the integrity of the design but also acted as a shield against environmental wear and tear.
The result of this collaboration was a wall and column cladding that not only met the exacting standards of Yo Dezeen architectural studio but also demonstrated the exceptional craftsmanship and dedication of The Brass Workshop team. It stood as a testament to the power of precision, attention to detail, and the pursuit of excellence in the world of architectural design and craftsmanship.
The difficult part was to achieve a homogenous patina color on all parts. The minutest variation in hue stood out conspicuously on a vast surface like that.
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