CARVART worked with Slade Architecture, who was tasked with blending the brand attributes of Ashurst, a global firm with 28 offices in 16 countries, with its locale in the heart of New York City’s tourist area. Ashurst’s brand attributes of openness, egalitarian governance and innovation are reflected in this open environment that connects the entry, lobby and conference areas using CARVART glass walls.
Employing our proprietary CARVART Graphics line utilizing state-of-the-art printers with the best possible resolution, we created custom graphics opaque film that is laminated inside the glass.CARVART oversees all aspects of lamination, ensuring that there are no bubbles that can interfere with the smooth sleek surface and cause delamination.
The entry wall showcases a multitude of headlines that are color coded by topic and relate to the vertical color strips alongside the Ashurst logo. The explosion of color and glass blur the boundaries between floors, walls and surfaces, creating a sense of expansive space. The glass walls can be reconfigured to accommodate various size groups from small conference room meetings to larger receptions.
Heritage and tradition blended with creativity and innovation. Old world craftsmanship combined with new world cutting-edge execution. This is CARVART.
Led by Edward Geyman, CARVART has progressed from a mom-and-pop operation started over 20 years ago by father Anatoly Geyman out of a Brooklyn factory, into a thriving architectural glass business with clients from across the country and Europe. One thing remains unchanged from its small-company days – the Geyman touch – an unwavering commitment to providing expertise and personal enthusiasm for creative expression on every project.