1,418 Steel Sculpture Hall Design Photos

SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Wallace K. Harrison Estate
Ideabooks2,100
Questions3
Great sculpture. Where did it come from?
name of the sculpture? I have been trying to find it. Are there less expensive replicas?
The sculpture is by Mary Callery, part of the New York School art movement of the 1940s. They are sold through auction houses and galleries. We placed steel in the wall to support the sculpture.
Steel brackets recessed into the wall anchored to concrete blocks.
the sculpture was dynamic enough to be located on a curved wall and balance the view at the steel-framed windows."
Sculpture on wall - for portenos
Neat placement of the sculptures on the wall
Steve Schappacher of SchappacherWhite. "We decided for conservation reasons to move it indoors. We felt the sculpture was dynamic enough to be located on a curved wall and balance the view at the steel-framed windows."
“Wall art” — margarita69
Arnold Schulman Design Group
12 Reviews
Aventura
Ideabooks1,756
Questions6
Great sculpture! Who is the artist?
The design that is in this picture is Honey onyx cut in 4 pie shaped sections with 1/4" steel lines between Unfortunately, in order to do a maller design you wil still need to purchase a full slab of the onyx and the labor would be close to the same regardless of the size. If you would like
The round inlay is 4 quarters of Onyx with a stainless steel 1/4" detail around the perimeter. it was fabricated by my fabrication shop and installed by my Marble installers. Let me know if there is anything I
art lighting, flooring change around sculpture, nitch
LOVE BIG BEAUTIFUL MODERN SCULPTURE IN ENTRYWAY
“The wall by the pantry” — bellkoplik
Contemporary Hall
Ideabooks1,273
Questions1
like the color of the steel beams with the wood.
Interesting use of materials - steel vs concrete vs timber
Steel + Wood Like concrete, steel is an engineered material. But unlike concrete it appears light and very precise, a result of its fabrication process. Steel is often combined with
Steel + Wood Like concrete, steel is an engineered material. But unlike concrete it appears light and very precise, a result of its fabrication process. Steel is often combined with wood for
Steel + WoodLike concrete, steel is an engineered material. But unlike concrete it appears light and very precise, a result of its fabrication process. Steel is often combined with wood for both aesthetic and practical reasons. In this case the wood gives the ceiling plane a warm brown tone, contrasting
“estrutura metal” — Paula Carraro
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Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
Brodbeck
Ideabooks3,045
Questions4
trim on arches, sculpture
Sculpture pedestals...Sculpture of girl
“wooden arches” — lauraamymike
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
RUSSIAN HILL
Ideabooks6,572
Questions7
Like the sculpture
Sculptures indented into hallway wall
Love the sculptures
“wall color” — sisreese
Douglas Design Studio
11 Reviews
Entrance Hall
Ideabooks1,818
Questions4
Hi Williamsa4, this is a lighting sculpture from Roseland Art & Decoration. Here is a link: http://www.roselandgallery.com/lighting/light_sculptures/203/?page=2
beautiful backlit wall sculpture
lighted wall sculpture, yes!
Transition from wood to steel
wall sculpture
“Steps” — Alexisn Evlampieff
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
Interior shots
Ideabooks5,572
Questions5
what can i find that sculpture?
I like bookshelves taking up the majority of a wall, with mixed display of books, sculptures, frames in separate partitions.
Design tip: Use recessed lighting to direct attention to special features in the room. Notice how lights accent the sculptures, artwork and figurines within the library shelving.
“library” — Zuyina Khan
Jeff Luth - Soldano Luth Architects
3 Reviews
hallway2
Ideabooks316
Questions0
Large sculpture juxtaposed against front window
Sculpture in front of window
sculpture next to windows
If you have a room full of windows and don't want to place furniture against them, add a large sculpture for a very interesting, inviting presence.
“horse” — jsatt211
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