Here’s another project in our queue. This is the overhead view of a flowing Pre-Fab #3 Mobile that will hang over the staircase of a medical building. This entire piece will include 65 individual mobiles strung together down the staircase. It was designed to complement other artwork in the area, and the orange pieces represent koi fish. We can’t wait to see it come together!
Matt returned home from vacation and hit the ground running. We’ve got several projects in the queue, and here’s one we’re focused on right now. It’s dangling hanging mobile for the flagship location of a bank in upstate New York. The mobile will hang 8 feet tall by 6 feet in diameter. The images below show the side view and view from beneath. We’re excited to see it come together!
Here’s a series of mobiles we’re creating for a mall in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Each mobile hangs 12 feet tall by 12 feet tall, and they’ll hang over a new children’s play area within the mall. We’re installing in a few weeks, so stay tuned for updates!
Here’s a mobile we’re creating for an affordable housing development right here in Portland. The location of the housing development has a rich history—it used to be orchard fields of apple trees, hazelnut trees, peach trees, and hops, so we incorporated those four different types of leaves into the design. The final piece will hang 10 feet tall by 8 feet in diameter, and the branches and leaves will be powder-coated aluminum. We’re eager to see it come together!
Here are renderings of two wall sculptures we’re creating for a hospital in Florida. Each wall sculpture will measure 12 feet long by 4 feet tall, featuring pods of cheerful, colorful dolphins, designed to create a natural path of motion to help flow patients. This should come together relatively quickly, so stay tuned for updates!
Here are renderings for a project we’re creating to hang under a large skylight of an office lobby. It will hang about six feet in diameter by 8-10 feet tall. Stay tuned for updates!
Here’s a rendering and final image of a mobile we created for a medical office in Pennsylvania. The mobile needed to cover a large space—22 feet tall by 10 feet wide—but stay within a strict budget. Using a straightfoward design and large, simple shapes, we were able to meet the challenge. The photograph shows how the shapes help fill the space nicely.
Here’s a rendering of an interesting mobile we’re working on. This will hang in the living room of a private residence. Using this light mobile we created last year and this mobile-inspired light fixture Matt designed for his family’s kitchen, we came up with this design. Stay tuned for to see our progress!
Here’s a fun hanging mobile in our project queue:
Our clients are building a Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home in Maryland, and they requested a mobile that plays well with the components in their home.
Using the iconic art-glass Robie window style (pictured below) as inspiration, we incorporated strong black lines to mimic the window’s leaded components and a translucent material to mimic stained glass. The final piece will hang 14 feet tall by 6 feet in diameter. It will hang in the home’s two-story entryway.
Here’s a mobile we’re creating for a Tampa-based hospital that follows the CREATION healthcare philosophy.
The shapes represent each of the eight components of CREATION healthcare, and the three groupings, as illustrated in the bottom rendering, represent the interconnected relationship between body, mind, and spirit. The mobile also incorporates the eight colors of CREATION healthcare.
The final piece will hang 15 feet wide by 7 feet tall. We’re eager to see it come together!