11th Street Mezzanine

Caliper designed these mezzanines in keeping with the industrial qualities of a new loft created out of a former parking garage in Greenwich Village. Blackened structural shapes and CNC-cut railing components, supporting both wood and glass floors, are suspended with tension bars from the building’s original concrete beams.

The project, parametrically modeled in SolidWorks, combines precision laser cut parts with stock sections for handrail and hanger assemblies. With Daniel Frisch Architecture.

 

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Screen shot of SolidWorks parametric model.

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Screen shot of SolidWorks parametric model.

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Screen shot of SolidWorks parametric model.

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Hanger bracket detail.
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Photo by Ty Cole.
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Architectural design Richard Perry ArchitectPhotography by MYRIAM BABINDoor Detailing and Fabrication by Caliper Studio
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Handrail system at entrance. Photo by Scott Larsen.