Check out this article in Arch Daily on Stainless Steel’s contribution to architecture. We, at Rigidized Metals, pride ourselves in providing sustainable, long lasting, attractive and durable stainless steel solutions too all aspects of the architectural world. Peruse the catalog, after reading the article, and learn more about what we can do! https://www.archdaily.com/952725/built-to-last-stainless-steels-contributions-to-architecture
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The Ecological Practices Graduate Research Group from the UB School of Architecture spent a semester on site at Silo City, next to Rigidized Metals, learning about urban ecology and mapping our campus with Rigidized Metals’ Director of Ecology, Josh Smith. They designed an installation constructed out of our Vipertube enhanced metal tubing. The design […]
Rigidized Metals’ InvariMatte Walnut in stainless steel clads the neutral frames in Concourse D of the Nashville International Airport. The look corresponds with the 1RL Walnut that clads the check in counters, providing an holistic design element.