Stainless steel sculpture MURPHYSBOROoutdoorfor public spaces

stainless steel sculpture
stainless steel sculpture
stainless steel sculpture
stainless steel sculpture
stainless steel sculpture
stainless steel sculpture
stainless steel sculpture
stainless steel sculpture
stainless steel sculpture
stainless steel sculpture
stainless steel sculpture
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Material
stainless steel
Specifications
outdoor
Market
for public spaces

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The Town Park Pavilion and Bandshell is a sculptural form which features Zahner manufacturing and engineering technologies. Designed by artist John Medwedeff, this public art project is located at the town center of Murphysboro, Illinois. The project was completed in 2010, and measures 35' long. The artwork provides a small amphitheater for the town's public park where musicians perform outdoor concerts.The project uses the same ZEPPS technology that Zahner developed on such buildings designed by Frank Gehry Partners and Randall Stout. These building designs required metal to curve and twist, all the while remaining highly accurate from edge to edge. Using ZEPPS, the patented technology for building unique forms, Zahner was able to design and manufacture the curvilinear framework for the Murphsyboro Bandshell.

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Zahner 2015
Zahner 2015
43 Pages
ZIRA™
ZIRA™
29 Pages
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