Ornamental metals

Ornamental metals

Bronze, brass, copper, aluminum and stainless steel, not used for major construction, but as infill materials, including copper panels, sheet aluminum, stainless steel, and baked enamel metal alloy panels.
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A&S Plaza, an urban shopping mall designed by Emery Roth & Sons that creatively uses ornamental metals, was the Grand Award winner in the 1993 architectural awards competition sponsored by The Ornamental Metal Institute of New York (OMINY).
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To create design excitement, ornamental metal is used in decorative motifs that command attention on the building's facade with a band of metal signage illuminated by a changing pattern of electric and noon lights.
Partnering Klik's vast lighting experience with Wagner's metals capabilities provides unparalleled advantage to ornamental metals designers and users as well as an exceptional platform for creative lighting design.
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