Completed Project Gallery
Recent Gallery for 3D Fabrication
Inside the entry to the MacArthur Tavern is Di Emme’s sculptural melange of the history of the sites locale and its past and present owners. Imagery is laser cut into four steel sail/scrolls that have been hand finished in a bronze patina.
Opposite the artistically refined entry sculpture is the Pharaohs Gaming Room which is appropriately themed by Di Emme Egyptian relief wall carvings, murals, custom lighting, an exhibit style Pharaohs sarcophagus head and a gold tiled water feature.
Given a concept brief, Di Emme Creative Solutions’ team of artists, tradespeople, and industrial designers can produce distinctive identity-creating features such as the sculptural ceiling elements that welcome patrons to Wollongong Central.
At the entries rows of flowing multi textural forms, incorporating hand crinkled metal, recycled timbers, decorative finishes and textured paint, impart a sense of the quality and variety afforded to patrons of the center. Inside the food courts, the ambiance is enhanced with Di Emme’s custom engineered and fabricated wave form ceiling, crafted from recycled timber. The entire process including design, materials and finishes sampling, engineering, fabrication and installation, involved Di Emme for three months, with site works undertaken at night due to the shopping centre’s continued operations.
Di Emme fabricated and installed strands of metal beading to provide a restrained and elegant window dressing feature synonymous with the brand.
An abstract interpretation of the Guess clothing style. As the feature window display for the new Guess store Di Emme created a free flowing contemporary stainless steel sculpture. This piece visually links the upper and lower spaces drawing the clients eye between the two main window display areas.
Award winning architects Lippman and Associates engaged the skills of Di Emme’s fabrication team to realise their design vision for CUE’s world class retail environment. Precisely twisted bands of milky white acrylic create an eye catching window display and striking back drop for the mannequins.
Over 600 hand cast resin forms on custom painted 20mm diam steel tube rods make up the latest screening addition for the gaming area of the Canterbury RSL. Three shapes were hand carved and molds made for the casting of the Amber like forms which were achieved by suspending gold leaf in tinted epoxy resin.