This is an oldie, but a goodie. Last night I was cleaning and organizing my Lightroom and found this from March of 2013. It is my first photography session with Majer Metal Works. They were installing a steel reception desk at RE/MAX Sails in Baltimore. I tagged along with them to capture the installation process and the final product. Who know this would be a start of a beautiful relationship.
Goodwood Design Studio designed and fabricated a reception desk and a built-in shelf for JellyFish in Baltimore. The reception desk is 6′ x 2.5′ x 4.3′ (182 cm x 76.2 cm x 131 cm) made from reclaimed heart pine. The built-in shelf is made with lacquered medium density fiberboard with the dimension of 9′ x 9′ (274.32 cm by 274.32 cm).
Majer Metal Works fabricated an amazing reception desk for Parks and People Headquarters in Baltimore. The basic dimension is 15 feet x 30 inches x 40 inches (457.2 cm x 76.2 cm x 101.6 cm). It is made with powder coated steel, reclaimed maple, with white laminate. It was designed by Ziger Snead Architects
Majer Metal Works fabricated two 15 foot long (457.2 cm) service counters for Ceremony Coffee Roasters that recently opened in Mount Vernon Baltimore. They are made from hot rolled and blackened stainless steel. They were designed by SM+P Architects.
Goodwood Design Studio fabricated ten 7′ long (213.36 cm) elegant benches and a trestle table using white oak for The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA). These furnitures were designed for their new east wing renovation. They were designed by Zigersnead Architects.
Majer Metal Works fabricated a weathering steel and cypress tunnel for Alma Cocina Latina. They also fabricated the host stand and the bench is a mixture of steel and walnut. The tunnel and host stand was designed by SM+P Architects. The bench was designed by Majer Metal Works.
Majer Metal Works fabricated 3/8″ (0.95 cm) thick folded steel plate table bases for Canton Car Wash in Whitemarsh Maryland. In addition they did the steel panels for cabinet doors, wall cladding and steel shelves. Designed by SM+P Architects.