Metal

“All metals can be precious.”

 

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Metal can be finished in a variety of ways, from rusted and textured steel to weathered green copper to polished and sleek stainless steel.  As architects have discoverd in the last few decades, the rust finishes work paticularly well for fitting in to the exteriors of the American West.  Metal is a magical material in that it’s structural qualities allow it to be formed into virtually limitless shapes.  For the architect it’s best quality is often hidden since it’s tremendous strength can be used inside structures to create a hovering effect, opening buildings to views without interruption.

 

Charles Van Block   Architects, Inc.  -  2675 W Hwy 89a #1239  -  Sedona AZ 86336  - Tel: 928-607-6446 -  Email

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