|Courtesy Ty Cole, published in Metropolis|
From Tietz-Baccon: Based in Long Island City, these architect-trained digital fabricators bill themselves as “designers who make things:
for the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn, they fabricated the patterned VIP entrance.
From their web site:
TIETZ-BACCON – an office for design and digital fabrication based in New York City – was established in 2007 with the aim of realizing bespoke solutions for a broad spectrum of clients.Their description:
At the new home of the Brooklyn Nets, we worked with the design team at SHoP Architects to realize the signature Dupont Corian feature wall in the VIP entry for the Arena. Through several iterations of design development and prototyping, we were able to achieve a final result that met the design intent, while negotiating significant budget and time constraints.An advertisement in Metropolis