In the 1920s Mr. Mallet-Stevens mitred two sections of cylindrical tubing together: FSB 1076. Mr. Wittgenstein bent a cylindrical brass tube: FSB 1147. Messrs Gropius and Meyer married an angled piece of square section material to a handle bushing: FSB 1102. However, we still don’t know today who it was that picked up a saw and “liberated” FSB 1147 from its hemispherical tip.

Product Series

Premium Series

The Premium Series contains two base materials, naturally finished stainless steel and bronze designs. Because of the cost of these base materials, products within the Premium Series are normally more expensive than the same products within the Elements and Transitions Series. Both metals have unique qualities and offer significant benefits such as durability and resistance to erosion.

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Elements Series

The Elements Series utilizes aluminum as its base metal and our state-of-the-art anodizing capability which allows us to offer an assortment of rich, yet rugged colors as well as powder coated options. Aluminum is a high-end material that is not only lightweight but durable. Aluminum is used in an array of high-end applications such as apple products, ferrari engine blocks and Ford truck chassis.

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