GALLERY / ARCHITECTURE

Luis Torres, Inside Squad, reproduction column for lobby, SoHo, NYC

 
 

Aqua-Resin has many uses in various architectural applications.

Aqua-Resin has an ASTM E-84 Class A fire rating and is consequently specified for use in “places of public assembly” where fire codes would require this rating. Additionally, because Aqua-Resin is VOC free and has virtually no odor, it is often used in restoration of actively inhabited public spaces where the odor, for instance of polyester resin, cannot be tolerated.

In historic restoration, especially in situations with ongoing water penetration into decorative plaster, Aqua-Resin is an ideal material: it is highly water resistant and extremely light weight, often replacing dangerously heavy, water-logged, ornamental plaster.

Additionally, specifying Aqua-Resin can contribute to LEED credits. 

 
 

Thayer Smith, Architectural Arts Group, armillary sundial

EverGreene Architectural Arts, Plaster Shop Projects, Whitney Cox, photographer

EverGreene Architectural Arts, molds, Whitney Cox, photographer

Thayer Smith, Architectural Arts Group, replica limestone facade, SoHo, NYC

Thayer Smith, Architectural Arts Group, replica limestone facade, SoHo, NYC

The Compleat Sculptor, medallion

Facade restoration, Shannon Rourke, photographer

 

Caesars Palace, Las Vegas Nevada, friezes

Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada, freize

EverGreene Architectural Arts, Armillary Sphere, installed, Las Vegas, Nevada

EverGreene Architectural Arts, Plaster Shop Projects, Whitney Cox, photographer

EverGreene Architectural Arts, Plaster Shop Projects, theater restoration, Whitney Cox, photographer

EverGreene Architectural Arts, theater restoration, Whitney Cox, photographer

EverGreene Archtectural Arts, theater restoration, Whitney Cox, photographer

Thayer Smith, Architectural Arts Group, capital

Linda Ganjian, installation, NYC Public School, Kevin Noble, photographer

Linda Ganjian, installation, NYC Public School, Kevin Noble, photographer

 Michael Singer Studio,  Pattern Formations  (installation view), 2016, Tracy Hall Science Center, Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. Photograph by Jonathan Hickerson and John Gioello, courtesy of Michael Singer Studio

Michael Singer Studio, Pattern Formations (installation view), 2016, Tracy Hall Science Center, Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. Photograph by Jonathan Hickerson and John Gioello, courtesy of Michael Singer Studio

EverGreene Architectural Arts, Plaster Studio, figure for Armillary Sphere

EverGreene Architectural Arts, Plaster Studio, figures for Armillary Sphere

EverGreene Architectural Arts,  Plaster Studio, Armillary Sphere

The Complete Sculptor, capital

Daniel Nunez, modules for a screen, Digital Design and Fabrication Program, College of Architecture, Texas Tech University

Daniel Nunez, modules for a screen, Digital Design and Fabrication Program, College of Architecture, Texas Tech University

Architectural restoration, Tribeca, NYC

Thayer Smith, Architectural Arts Group, ceiling 

 
 Michael Singer Studio,  Pattern Formation s (detail of Aqua-Resin pieces), 2016, Tracy Hall Science Center, Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. Photograph by Jonathan Hickerson and John Gioello, courtesy of Michael Singer Studio

Michael Singer Studio, Pattern Formations (detail of Aqua-Resin pieces), 2016, Tracy Hall Science Center, Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. Photograph by Jonathan Hickerson and John Gioello, courtesy of Michael Singer Studio