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AAG719 Majestic Perforated Grille Panels: Putting the Artistry in Art Deco

 

The LeVeque Tower is a 47-story Art Deco-style building located in Columbus, Ohio. From 1927 until 1974 it was the tallest building in Columbus and even rivaled the Washington Monument.

Our team was called upon to provide custom, oversized, laser cut, stainless steel panels which were installed throughout the lobby area.

AAG719 Majestic Perforated Grille Panels: Putting the Artistry in Art Deco

Since all the decorative metal grilles were unique sizes, our engineering and design team custom scaled the AAG719 pattern in 14 gauge stainless steel and created borders to achieve exactly the look the client was seeking.

Using in-house, cutting-edge technology what was once old was made new again.

TYPE: Perforated Grille
STYLE: AAG719 Majestic
DETAIL: Custom Scaled Pattern and Borders
MATERIAL: Stainless Steel
FINISH: Satin #4

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