June News Roundup
June was a big month for Pure + FreeForm with the launch of our technical documents on our ceiling systems and wall systems pages as well as our first virtually hosted open lunch & learn! If you missed our first one, you can learn about the future of metal design and metal materiality on 7/8/2020.
We also joined Source for a Snack Break and talked with Portland area designers about sustainability of metal, how to custom design a finish, and all the ways metal can be applied. Check out the recording here!
Last month, we were featured in several industry publications for our custom metal work on a variety of projects. Check out the details and links below!
The Mission Bay neighborhood of San Francisco is home to the new Chase Center. White, angular, and contextual, the facade was featured by The Architect’s Newspaper. Exterior by Manica Architecture.
108 Chambers (Tribeca Rogue)
108 Chambers Street in New York is is multi-story residential building with street level retail. The building, whose official name is Tribeca Rogue, was featured on ArchDaily. Facade design by Woods Bagot.
Bexar County Public Works
The many corten metals of Bexar County Public Works give the exterior color that complements the landscape of the San Antonio River. The design, by Marmon Mok, was featured in the June issue of Metal Construction.