The 800-seat egg shaped Ellington theater within the 4-story atrium was shaped using light-gauge framing precisely curved in plan and section and formed the metaphorical heart of the modernization project designed by Cox Graae + Spack.
Radius Track Design Assist was engaged to design the fully engineered aperture framing solution. The design delivered the architect's original design and reduced the weight by 60% — saving both time and money.
3D Modeling and CNC fabrication delivered precision CFS framing members for MK Marlow, the framing & drywall contractor, to deliver the design intent to the architect’s, Stanley Beaman & Sears, satisfaction.
Architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro reuse and existing building and expand it with a spectacular new structure of curving metal and glass. MG McGrath selected Radius Track Corporation to design and engineer the custom CFS framing supporting the cladding.
Designed as a place for reflection, transformation and inspiration, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights experience begins viewing the uniquely fenestrated façade equally engaging from the interior.
Inspired by the flowing water of the San Antonio River, a geometric pattern of GFRG panels flows across and up a 70 foot sculptural wall constructed with pre-curved framing to achieve the compound curves across the 100 foot arc.
Designed by Frank Gehry, the 106,350 square foot New World Center’s interior curved surfaces enclose rehearsal rooms, offices, and deliver sound perfectly within the 756 seat Performance Hall configured in the round.
The cornerstone of the Cathedral of Hope's campus, the Interfaith Peace Chapel, designed by Philip Johnson, FAIA, utilizes a double wall assembly of curved track and stud to punctuate and frame openings.