Archive for September, 2012

Lobby Feature Wall and Reception Desks

We are currently fabricating a series of architectural features for a lobby renovation in Manhattan.  The project includes 3 facetted Corian reception desks and a series of folded aluminum feature panels.  Each 11′ tall frame will be clad in perforated aluminum composite material and appear to fold out from the wall.  The 27 panels, each with unique geometry, will line a 150′ long lobby corridor adjacent to the reception desks.

Y-3 Projection Wall


On September 9th 2012, Y-3 celebrated their 10th Anniversary with their 2013 S/S Fashion Show. As a backdrop to the celebration, Y-3 commissioned artist Dev Harlan to create 200 foot long 3D projection wall with an array of 660 skewed pyramids. For the fabrication and installation of the wall, Dev turned to Situ Fabrication.

The pyramids were CNC cut out of light-weight Ultraboard and then folded and seamed as sets of three. Interlocking tabs were integrated to quickly attach the pyramids to a plywood substructure. Dev Harlan then mapped projections to the 3D geometry and brought the wall to life.

More photos of the project are available here.

Hava Opening Event


Some photos taken by our good friend Keith Sirchio at the opening of the Hava Nagila exhibition on Wednesday evening at the Museum of Jewish Heritage.


Hava Nagila Opening with MTWTF at the Museum of Jewish Heritage


Last night we celebrated the opening of “Hava Nagila: A Song for the People” at the Museum of Jewish Heritage with our design partners at MTWTF. The show opens to the public today and will be on view at the museum until May 2013.

Photograph by Keith Sirchio

Above one of the 7 sound domes, each playing a different version of the song.

Installing Hava Nagila exhibition from Situ Studio on Vimeo.

Carpet Art Auction at Interface


Yesterday evening we joined members of the design community to support DIFFA. Interior Design hosted the Carpet Art auction as part of Idea Lab 2012 to benefit the Design Industries Foundation Fighting Aids. Situ Studio was among a group of artists and designers asked to come up with innovative pieces using only carpet tiles and materials.

Above an image of Situ’s Modular Acoustical Wall contribution. The modules are constructed out of individual carpet tiles that are scored, folded and assembled into 3-dimensional units that can be tiled and arranged in multiple configurations.

A detail of the carpet modules.

The event was sponsored by Interface and held at their Midtown-Manhattan showroom. At the left of the photo a piece by Elizabeth Von Lehe/ICrave Design.

Hava Nagila Installation


We are in the process of installing sound domes for the “Hava Nagila: A Song for the People” exhibition at the Museum of Jewish Heritage. The domes will be installed with motion sensors that activate to 5 play different landmark versions of the song. The show opens September 13th at the museum in lower Manhattan.

Preparing sound dome for installation


Motion sensor assembly for speaker activation

Idea Lab 2012 to Benefit DIFFA


As we prepare for the upcoming Idea Lab 2012 event, we begin to assemble our FLOR carpet modules and to assess the variable frame and structure of the paneling system.

Carpet tile assembly

We worked with FLOR carpet tiles to design and fabricate a modular acoustic wall system, which will be presented September 6th at Interface in New York. An auction of all Idea Lab artworks will benefit DIFFA (Design Industry Foundation Fighting AIDS).


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