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September Press Features

We’re always honored to see our projects and materials in some of the top architecture and design magazines in the country and in the world. Here’s where you probably found us in September!

Products

Best of Products 2020 by The Architect’s Newspaper

Check out the full digital edition of the Best of Products special edition and see our winning Brass & Bronze Series!

“Pure + FreeForm impressed us with its environmentally responsible alternative to copper-based metals. Recyclable and, more importantly, containing postconsumer recycled material, the brass- and bronze-coated aluminum sheets give designers a lightweight option with a predictable, consistent aesthetic (even when weathered).” —Adam Polcyn

Specular Metal Surfaces by Azure

Need specification information? Check out the Specular Spec Sheet by Azure and read their coverage on our new collection!

“With its latest collection of metal skins, Pure + Freeform offers a high-performance surface that employs physical textures to harness and transform light. The versatile material can be used for exterior cladding, acoustical ceilings, interior wall panelling, millwork, soffits, column covers, canopies and more.”

New Collection of Metal Skins by Archiol

Debuting physical textures and diffusive surfaces, the article features Hollywood, Serra, Harlem, and Perlage.

Projects

Snapshot: Black and Light by Metal Construction News

25 Kent’s entrway threshold was featured by Metal Construction News to highlight its unique LED and blackened steel combination in the wall and ceiling cladding. The project was completed in 2019 and recently named Amazon Music as a new tenant for the Brooklyn building.

Religious Feature: St. Lawrence Martyr Church by Metal Architecture

The renovation of St. Lawrence Martyr Church was featured in Metal Architecture’s September issue, showcasing metal applications for projects with religious significance. 

“The design intent for a reredos, which is an ornamental screen covering the wall at the back of the altar, was to incorporate metals that would react to light and glow.”