When steel is turned into art
Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel and Aluminum are extremely versatile materials, and they find application in numerous fields, among which art is becoming more and more popular.
Our pieces are used as fence panels, as monuments, as information panels and also as architectural elements for façade cladding.
Laser cutting is the process that is appreciated the most by customers, because it gives limitless pattern possibilities and thanks to its high precision and quality it is able to satisfy even the most severe esthetic requests.
Throughout the years we have been using our state-of-the-art technologies to supply cut, bent and welded parts that were used in various projects:
Metal Façade Cladding:
By means of our laser cutting machines and our robotic bending system we have already manufactured aluminum pieces to clad modern buildings, such as, for example, the Tour Ycone in Lyon. In this specific case the parts went through a painting process and they were directly fixed on a tubular structure, again manufactured by us, with our laser-tube machines.
One of the most peculiar pieces of art we gave our contribution to, is the giant statue of a giraffe located in Barcelonnette, in the French Alps. It was built by Matthieu de Quillacq, an expert helicopter pilot and a hang gliding master.
This artwork is over 5 metres tall and it was assembled thanks to the interlocking components created in the cutting process by our laser machines.
By means of our laser, laser-tube cutting and bending machines we manufactured pieces that found application in green areas, roundabouts or outdoor benches. In this example of modern design a customer of ours ordered us the steel pieces to build a giant giraffe statue in Barcelonnette, France.
We offer our customers a wide choice of drawings to choose from, and we give our advice on the right dimensions to reduce the overall scrap and get a better price.