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Posts Tagged: Water Jet

Sprinkles Cupcakes in the NY Times

June 2nd, 2011

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Misc

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Who made the dot screen at Sprinkles newest NYC location. That is right. TMR did! Each circle is fabricated from steel, water jet cut 1/4″ diameter circles, that are plug welded together and sandwiched by two pieces of aluminum. The pieces were then powder coated with seven different colors and baked in the oven for seven heats by our good friends at Carter Spray. Sprinkles was also recently featured in an Inc. magazine article about the cupcake craze sweeping the nation. TMR also fabricated the small tables you see in the article and the stainless steel walk of fame stars that are in the concrete. Sweet!

 

This was a fun project and a lot of work but well worth it for the phenomenal cupcakes they make. I highly recommend a visit.

 

You can read all about it by clicking the link below or the photo.

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/02/garden/a-festive-store-to-match-its-cupcakes.html?_r=2&ref=garden

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WFC Kiosk Project

June 23rd, 2010

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Custom Projects, Events, Misc

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The World Financial Center looked to increase the appeal of it’s plaza by creating a lunch friendly atmosphere with kiosks that would serve food from local vendors.  Restaurants such as Ed’s Lobster Bar have created a lot of talk about the plaza and spurred interest in the new lunch destination. Other vendors include Harry’s Italian and Quality Burger. All three of these restaurants are institutions in the Manhattan area and are sure to provide a meal worth traveling for.

World Financial Center

250 Vesey St. New York, New York. 10080

www.worldfinancialcenter.com

E train to the World Trade Center station. WFC is located west of World Trade Center Site.

Designer Pages – NEOCON 2009 Table Commissions

June 25th, 2009

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Custom Projects, Design, Events

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Designer Pages , the new source for searching products in Architecture and Design, commissioned TMRnyc to design and build three SideWired tables for their booth at the NEOCON 2009 expo in Chicago. One being 10′ long. More pictures to follow. Their booth included a giant 12′ media wall that was running a Twitter app featuring all of the Tweets during the show. Farrokh at Farrodyne provided the water jet cutting and installation for us in Chicago. Actually, Farrodyne saved our collective butts after one unmentionable glass company in Chicago dropped the ball at the last minute. They couldn’t understand why I was upset for some reason and then went into this whole “You’re from New York and you have a bad NY attitude”  Is there some weird New York/Chicago beef I am missing? Fill me in.