Metal Fabrication Mimics Theater’s Decorative Textiles

Aqua patina panels made from solid-core aluminum mimic Theatre 1's decorative textiles and replicate the appearance of a blue-velvet curtain.

Aqua patina panels made from solid-core aluminum mimic Theatre 1’s decorative textiles and replicate the appearance of a blue-velvet curtain.

To create floor-to-ceiling wall features, the interior designer, BBG-BBGM (now HOK), New York, chose aqua patina panels made from solid-core aluminum to mimic Theatre 1’s decorative textiles and replicate the appearance of a blue-velvet curtain. The adjacent bronze grates, spanning 8-feet wide and 20-feet high on 1/4-inch-thick aluminum, feature custom-crafted laser cutouts showcasing Móz Designs’ metal fabrication expertise.

The metal wall comprises Aluminum Metal Sheets + Terrace Wall Panels in Perforated Aluminum, Bamboo grain and the color Khaki finished in Polycoat-Gloss.

Opening in Boston’s historic Theatre District in April 2012, the cinema and live event space is a modern renovation of the former Stuart Street Playhouse, a landmark in Boston’s theater scene. With 225 seats and state-of-the-art technology and amenities, Theatre 1 at the Revere Hotel plays host to a variety of film screenings, premieres and festivals, as well as numerous corporate presentations, meetings and conferences.

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