custom METAL WORK & laser cut SCREENS
Open up a world of possibilities with screens and metal work that can transform space and mind
custom metal work
Drawing on 30 years’ experience, we specialise in designing, manufacturing and installing all types of metal work. From lavish amenities to sculpted features our work can be seen at some of Australia's most interesting landmarks and buildings.
Designed and manufactured right here in Australia, we provide visionary architects and interior designers with the means of adding elemental style and textures to their creations.
Fabrication and form comes together with custom screens. We are inspired by the endless design possibilities and understand how a space can change through the addition of clever partitions.
We work with all types of materials including metal, rope and glass to give your project a unique edge.
With Di Emme, you'll be working with a passionate & creative team that not only understands form and function but durability, maintenance, cost and safety.
Di Emme designed, fabricated and installed aluminium lattice decorative ceiling in Maroubra Seals Club
Di Emme fashioned and artfully rusted a 30m curved mild steel wall for the sleek foyer space at 107 Mount St.
Di Emme produced the leafy screens on the Anderson St walkway. Producing artwork, laser cutting the design into aluminium, powder coating, and finally installing the screens in the structural framework.
Lavishly sculpted metal lily pads that cascade down a gold mosaic wall were produced for Canterbury Leagues Club. Di Emme artisans. also fabricated water vessels from fibreglass with gold-metallic coated interiors and black exteriors.
For ABODE restaurant at Parkroyal Darling Harbour, Di Emme sister company, Chiaro Screens, adapted legendary designer Florence Broadhurst’s cockatoos design. The screens delineate the space and add a touch of whimsical Australiana.
Perforated screen with punched aluminium
Similar to photographs in a newspaper, perforated metallic pictures form images from a series of dots. For the Chatswood Interchange, Di Emme translated a floral design into artwork and organised the fabrication and installation of the metallic panels.
Di Emme created the elaborate memorial wall in Merrylands RSL foyer for Quattro Architects. The Marmorino-finished wall has a stencil-applied stucco contrast depicting army, navy, air force, and nursing personnel.
A curtain of suspended metal cutouts completes the piece. The cut shapes, taken from the club logo, are finished in reflective stainless steel and bronze and brass anodised aluminium.
Art Nouveau-inspired redevelopment is comprised of individually hand-bent sinewy metal curves and an ornate pergola ceiling.
Di Emme restored and rejuvenated the rod and brass windows in the transformation of the Art Deco Sydney Water Board building into the five-star Primus Hotel. This intricate job involved redoing framing, remaking/re-cutting angles, and refashioning latches.