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Fabric petals bloom in historic renovation

Projects | August 1, 2011 | By:

[Lawrence Fabric & Metal Structures Inc.] St. Louis, Mo., U.S.A.

The Palladium St. Louis project, St. Louis, Mo., was designed to restore a historic building, transforming it into a first class banquet facility and special event venue. The client’s request for an elegant and modern space with historical overtones was achieved in an innovative way with the use of fabric petals designed and fabricated by Lawrence Fabric & Metal Structures using Trapeze Plus fabric from Dazian. Lawrence also produced and installed five rolling rectangular fabric and metal panels that double as window treatments and video screens that can be pushed together to create one huge video screen. High-tech lighting was also used on the fabric petals and panels to create ambiance with colors and shapes. The petals, which can be raised and lowered independently, divide the large room into three sections to minimize the space.

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