Nastasi Architects of Hoboken, New Jersey have devised a method of creating 3-D curved surface panels for permanent or temporary use. The beauty of this technique is that it can mimic an existing pattern or create an organic pattern using algorithms.
Nastasi Architects can use materials as inexpensive as Styrofoam or as high-end as mahogany with unparalleled precision, adding a whole new dimension to architectural design. "Temporary" walls were recently created for a furniture trade show; the durable panels ended up being utilized multiple times.
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- By: Annmarie IeraciAug 21, 2009