This Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired hanging mobile is finished and ready to ship to its owner in Maryland! The cluttered background of our shop kind of detracts from the mobile—but we’re thrilled that this design challenge resulted in such a fun piece.
And for even even more behind-the-scenes peek, here are a few pictures we’re sending the client to help with assembly and installation. (We won’t bore you with the ten-minute assembly instruction video we made.)
The light mobile is finished and ready to ship cross-country! We were so excited about the end result that we staged a few glamour shots in our office. We can’t wait to see pictures of it hanging in its final home!
And bonus: a video we took (pre-painting) to capture the mobile’s movement.
Here’s the light mobile we’ve been working on a private residence. The movement is amazing, and Matt keeps saying, “It turned out better than I expected!” Next up is powder coating, then shipping to the client!
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!
Coming back to work after Thanksgiving break feels great when your inbox includes an e-mail from a happy client. Below are pictures of the Copper Mobile we created for a (gorgeous!) private residence in Seattle.
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.
We just got the green light on a really fun project. It's a ceiling sculpture for a private residence in the bay area. The client wanted something similar to our Waterfall Ceiling Sculpture, but with dramatic black origami cranes.
Instead of using actual paper cranes, a productive brainstorm session produced this (more durable) origami-inspired crane design that we'll fabricate from aluminum.
Here's a large custom mobile we're about to ship to some lovely folks in Texas. Not our finest photography work, but you get the idea.
We don't often travel to install residential mobiles, so we provide pretty thorough installation instructions for super-easy assembly. Here's a behind-the-scenes peek at the almost-ready-to-ship mobile.
Here's a project in our queue for a beautiful residence in New York City. The mobile will hang about 8 feet tall by 8 inches wide and, as you can see, will be a bright, bold red.