Majer Metal Works: Rev Cycle Studio

Majer Metal Works worked with Jason Neal to create interior elements linked by raw, dark materials and simple forms, including charred wood planks and hot rolled steel to reference the intense heat of the spin studio in the adjacent room. A monochromatic palette and strict rectilinear forms are juxtaposed with the glowing green organic shapes of the company’s logo in the sign.

Interior elements including a reception desk, shou sugi ban wall cladding, custom signage, handrails, and retail display fixture. Desk, signage, retail fixture parts and rails are hot rolled steel with blackened welds. Wall and desk cladding is charred 5/4 yellow pine planks with a clear satin sealer.


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Working with Jiho is an unique experience. He is an extremely engaged photographer and he works very hard to capture the most compelling images that a particular subject might provide. He doesn’t hold back, but he is also very particular, and the result is images with both quality and dynamism. His work ethic is impressive and his care in treating people never falters. In addition to shooting images of work going on in our studio, he has taken images of completed work both after and during installation. In all circumstances he has successfully engaged the people in the environment, making the process of shooting a difficult object in a busy place a special event rather than an imposition, and the results are visible in the quality of his work.

I would recommend Jiho for any project-his attention to the subject is just as careful when shooting a person, an inanimate object, even a pile of tools in a messy studio, and his kind-directness makes working with him so easy.


Malcom Majer

Principal and Lead Designer, Majer Metal Works

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