Our projects are artistic, mechanical, monochromatic, brightly colored, industrial, and visual. Simply put – they are as unique as our clients. Knowing we are only as good as our last commission keeps us eager to find our next challenge.
Elegance in Brass and oyster. These chandeliers conceal their wiring so only the crisp lines, clean tubes, and smooth terminals support the frosted white shades. Everything that looks brass is brass. Steel and aluminum were cut and welded then powder coated oyster. This fixture is located at State of Grace Restaurant in Houston, TX.
A batch of six matching chandeliers were produced for Spring Cypress Presbyterian Church. They were remodeling their sanctuary and we were privileged to contribute.
The perimeters of the fixtures are cut with the church’s selected design. All parts are aluminum. Parts were water jet cut, slip rolled, welded, milled, and turned at HCMW and we handled the outside processing.
This all aluminum framework chandelier has an umbrella profile with six perimeter light extensions and one central light extension. On this example the shades were chosen to match the main kitchen chandelier. The six perimeter shades are smaller in size and the one central shade is larger than the other six. The aluminum terminals, tubes, and main wiring bowl were anodized to match the kitchen hardware and the body was powder coated to match the cabinet paint.
A batch of nine light fixtures. The two layered backing plate is water jet from steel and the pieces welded with tubing between them. The plate has a pocket in the back which conceals the electrical box. All of the steel was cleaned and blackened. From the end of the brass tubing extends a chain with an assembled brass chandelier supporting six lights each. The power wire passes through the back plate, brass tube, is woven through the chain, and enters the hanging fixture. These fixtures are located at State of Grace Restaurant in Houston, TX.
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