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31.10.2017, 17:34

Launch of Perforated Metal Design System

Architecture & Interiors
Oakland, California-based Móz Designs, is excited to introduce a new perforated metal system—an easy-to-assemble material solution that creates surfaces, partition spaces, enhance privacy, or diffuses light, air, and sound in indoor and outdoor environments.

 

Móz Designs, have been fabricating architectural metal products for over 28 years. After contributing to numerous esteemed projects around the world, they would like to formally announce their perforated metal system to the architecture and design community, which offers an easy-to-assemble solution for creating perforated metal products of all shapes and sizes.

 

Perforated metal is a versatile material solution that can be used in interiors or exteriors to create surfaces, partition spaces, enhance privacy, or diffuse light, air, and sound. An economical choice, Móz uses only premium-grade solid-core aluminum for their perforated metal projects, which has a high strength-to-weight ratio and captures bold colors with a polished material quality. Designers can pick their perfect perforation, add a handcrafted grain, and choose from 6 color collections to create fully customized perforated metal products that come ready to install.

 


Móz also offers unique handcrafted grains that can be paired with perforated metal sheets to create truly mesmerizing effects. Choose from a shimmering Waterfall of waves, fabric-inspired Linen, or organic textures, like Bamboo. Unique etched grains provide a depth and distinction in metal surfacing only found at Móz.

 


Designers can also use custom digital imagery to create their own perforated metal art.

 

 

 

Móz Designs

About Móz Designs

Móz Metals and Architectural Products designs and fabricates contemporary metal products in Oakland, CA. Móz’ collection of sophisticated materials and patterns, including gradients, metallics and neutrals are the result of continuous experimentation with cutting-edge tooling, engravings and equipment. Móz craftsmen redefine surfaces using a delicate balance of texture, grain and color to create unique architectural metals for projects of all sizes - from large scale technical projects to small installations. Móz’ innovative materials and products, custom solutions and dedication to customer service help clients achieve their design intent on time and on budget. For more information, visit www.mozdesigns.com.

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