Don CeSar Maritana Grille, St Petersburg, FL 
Architects: Design One Architecture
Design: Parker Torres 

General Contractor: PCL Construction

The renovated Don CeSar Maritana Grille in St Petersburg, FL includes FORMA Beyond custom glass fiber reinforced gypsum (GFRG) fluted column warps complete with bases and upper corbels. Several of the columns also included integrated tables also cast in GFRG.

Sam Adams Tap Room, Faneuil Marketplace, Boston, MA 
Architect: TAT (The Architectural Team)
Contractor: Wright Architectural Millwork
General Contractor: Bergmeyer Associates

The latest Sam Adams' Tap Room, nestled in the heart of Boston's Faneuil Marketplace, includes five FORMA Beyond glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) bar tops complete with embedded Sam Adams bottle caps and broken bottle bits.

Vintage Ceiling Tin Replications, Framingham, MA 
Design: Planeta Design Group
Developer/Contractor: Mill Creek Residential
Subcontractor: Woodcraft Group
Artist: Justin Blanchard

Custom ceiling tins, complete with old world rust and wear, manufactured in light weight Epoxy Cold Cast™ for ease of installation and maintenance, adorn the mail room in the Moderna  apartment complex. (Photos courtesy Planeta Design Group)

Margaritas, Northboro, MA 
Design: Whitlock Design Group

A dazzlingly authentic Mexican restaurant with artistically intertwined, and equally authentic, handmade FORMA Beyond vintage ceiling tins, replicated in Epoxy Cold Cast™and rough sawn wood walls and trim replicated in epoxy resin. A festive culinary environment with long term durability and low maintenance.

Bar Rustic Restaurant, Kingston, MA
Concept: Jim Cafarelli
Design: Whitlock Design Group

Bar Rustic is an upscale, urban-retro restaurant complete with the multi Emmy Award winning The Studio Kitchen. The restaurant uses FORMA Beyond composites throughout replicating some of America’s most famous iron bridge work. Not the least, Manhattan’s High Line, replicated high above the bar from composite resin and GFRC adding kinetic energy to the conversations and dining below.

Top Golf, Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mashantucket, CT
Architect: ZDS
Contractor: Seaman DiCarlo

Top Golf is the place to be when you want to do a bit of golfing, eating and drinking. Located at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, CT this Top Golf also allows you to include a bit gambling as well.

FORMA Beyond custom made the serpentine countertop from GFRC bringing a bit of stability to what could be described as extreme golf.

Alloy Condominium Kintsugi Reception Desk, Somerville, MA
Designer: Planeta Design Group
Millwork: Wright Architectural Millwork

We worked closely with the Planeta designers to create this custom Kintsugi inspired reception desk. Closely following the Japanese Kintsugi "golden joinery" art form, we molded, textured and colored a special blend of GFRC to closely replicate dark granite with a continuous labyrinth of bronze-filled cracks that are beyond imagination

Home Renovation Hampton Falls, NH
Designer: Lisa Teague
Contractor: Star Island Builders

Nestled in the gently rolling hills of Hampton Falls is a traditional home going through a complete rebirth in scope and style including carefully curated details from the Industrial and Jazz Ages. This includes carefully replicated heavy flake steel panels replicated in light weight silver Epoxy Cold Cast™ and applied over pocket doors.

40 Bridge Street Condo Portsmouth, NH
Designer: Lisa Teague
Contractor: Witcher Builders

Premier condo living in the heart of Portsmouth, with a grand view of the Piscataqua River Bridge, warmed and surrounded by the simple elegance of concrete, crafted to replicate the foundation of the bridge itself.

Hyatt Centric Faneuil Hall Boston, Congress Square, Boston, MA 
Design: ABI Interior Design
Contractor: Consigli
Architect: Arrowstreet

At the very juncture of the renovated historic office building and newly-built, high-tech structure that combine to create the latest Hyatt Centric hotel lies the FORMA Beyond wall. Accurately replicated Brushed Oak panels created by highly skilled artists using light weight (0.94 PPSF), epoxy resin. The composite panels are easier to install and maintain than real wood and look, feel and perform better than the original. And never will produce any splinters.

The Row Hotel at Assembly Row, Somerville, MA
Designer: XSS Hotels
Architect/Contractor: Procon

Marriott's latest flagship AC branded hotel, creates the cool of hip-living away from home with a crisp, electric decor and touch of jazz-infused industrial-ness. The Row incorporates some of the newest surfaces to hit the hotel space that will be mimicked for years to come. (Photos Courtesy The Row at Assembly Row and JS Photography.)

Caffé Nero, 205-207 Newbury Street, Boston, MA
Architect: Silverman Trykowski
Contractor: JL Dunn & Company

A fiercely popular culinary destination raising the style bar below the heart of the forever trend-setting section of downtown Boston. For starters, bluestone pavers and benches with precast brownstone caps, stringers and watertables; Followed by the main course of a two-story cathedral with precast brownstone pillars and lintels garnished with leaf-and-dart molding: Finishing with a refreshing full façade of brick repair and repointing.

Bridgewater Academy, Bridgewater, MA
Contractor: M. O'Connor
Architect: Tappé Architects Preservation Consultant: JMBA Architects

The Italianate- and Georgian-Revival-styled Academy was built in 1868 after the original structure, built in 1800, burned down in 1822. The Academy closed in 1875 and the building was taken over by the town for use as their high school and junior high school. The building was completely restored in 2016 and now serves as their town hall.

Tiffany Pavilion at the Four Seasons Sheraton, Norwood, MA
Architect/Developer: Hobbs Brook

Hidden just off the busy byways of upscale Norwood, this unique art space was completely designed, manufactured and installed by FORMA Beyond using GFRC and local stones. The pavilion is super friendly and inviting for large groups, offers numerous smaller settings for more intimate get-togethers and built to last for generations.

Christ the King Parish Renovation, Concord, NH
Architect: Warren Street Architects
Contractor: JS Spain Commercial Services

FORMA Beyond custom-molded the glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) cornices that grace the renovated vestibule on the historic Christ the King Parish.

The Street, Chestnut Hill, MA
Architect: BKA Architects
Developer/Contractor: WS Development

Three new storefronts incorporating FORMA Beyond GFRC C-channels. The canopy is constructed from 18" channels (12 pdf) and the horizontal headers are 15" channels (7 ppf). 3.5 times lighter than real steel, 14% lighter than aluminum and installed with adhesive and bolts (or rivets) to look like the real guys.

Chipotle, Portsmouth, NH
Architect: JD Lagrasse and Associates
Contractor: Haynes Group

Glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) C-channels create an industrial look on the exterior of the Chipotle restaurant, Portsmouth, NH

Cape Cod Mall Renovation, Hyannis, MA
Contractor: APCON

The simple art of GFRC displayed in the custom-made and installed rakes, lintels, pilasters, cornices and capitals at the Cape Cod Mall in Hyannis, MA.

Norton Point Bridge, Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA 
Contractor: SPS New England

Built in 1912, the Norton Point bridge spans 376 feet linking the world to the charmed village of Manchester-by-the-Sea. In its day, the structure was the "largest concrete highway bridge in Massachusetts" (Ref: Better Roads and Streets, Feb 1914: ed. Frank Perkins). When rebuilt, SPS New England came to FORMA Beyond to supply all of the precast balusters and caps.

Celtics and Bruins ProShop, Boston, MA
Architect: Bergmeyer Associates
Contractor: Shawmut Design and Construction

FORMA Beyond GFRC C-Channels grace the new Celtics and Bruins ProShop in the historic TD Gardens, Boston, MA. Authentically replicated with Cold Cast™ nuts and washers, the C-channels have the surface texture of real steel, are 4-times lighter - allowing for simple installation - and provide long term, rust-free maintenance.

Fuel America, 100 Front Street, Worcester, MA
Architect: Prellwitz Chilinski
Contractor: GVW, Inc.

A new coffee shop is in the neighborhood. Certain to inspire those who appreciate the finest to work more creatively and tastefully. Fuel America is the new place to be. Where you can sip their fuel surrounded by striking industrially-cool art while watching them roast the beans. FORMA Beyond replicated steel C-channels from fire retardant Engineered Wood Fibers™ and gussets and rivets from Epoxy Cold Cast™, to bring in the original industrial feel of the Worcester neighborhood.

The Rival House Grand Casino, Hinckley, MN
Architect: Cuningham Group Architecture
Contractor: PCL Construction

FORMA Beyond designed and replicated authentic cold rolled and welded steel truss sections in Epoxy Cold Cast™ for the Rival House bowling alley in the Grand Casino, Hinckley MN. The 30', 105 pound trusses include a lite flake texture, gussets and rivets and, adding further realism to the installation, the 3-monitor media center is mounted directly to the trusses.

Office Renovation, Hartford, CT 
Architect/Design: Infinity Group

Curved steel ceiling panels and trim, in Heavy Flake with Bronze, replicated in feather light Epoxy Cold Cast™ bring an authentic old-world industrial might to this modern office space.

Jenkinson's Aquarium, Point Pleasant, NJ
Architect: LDL Architects
Contractor: James Elliott

Announcing the divide between land and ocean on one of the most popular New Jersey beaches, sits Jenkinson's Aquarium. An intimate aquarium that combines an old fashioned board walk look and feel with state-of-the-art exhibits of fish, coral reefs, penguins, sharks and more.

Adorning the exterior of the aquarium are FORMA Beyond custom-designed, wood replications that capture the movements of the waves. Photos: Osprey Perspectives.

The Andi, South Bay Boston, MA
Concept: Planeta Design Group
Architect: Stantec
Contractor: Lee Kennedy
Artist: Justin Blanchard
Photographer: Cory Gans

At the direction of the Planeta Design Group, FORMA Beyond hand sculpted GFRG disks that serve as energizing portals into another world in the community room of this up scale apartment complex.

One Dalton Street, Boston, MA
Architect: Cambridge Seven
Contractor: Shawmut
Subcontractor: Component Assembly Systems

FORMA Beyond manufactured custom GFRG ceiling cornices, light coves and columns for this project in the heart of Boston. The new-age material brings added strength, durability and design flexibility to the classic look and feel.

Marriott San Antonio, TX
Designer: Parker Torres
Contractor: PWI Construction

FORMA Beyond manufactured several large diameter GFRG columns for the Marriott San Antonio lobby. The material provides the elegant classic look and feel of plaster, but with significantly higher strength and durability along with increased flexibility in design possibilities.

Black and Blue Restaurant
Contractor: BAY Contracting

Thin brick installation on nearly every surface throughout this spectacular restaurant in Burlington, MA.

Oil Rubbed Bronze Curved Board Room Table
Design: The New Traditionalists

Oil Rubbed Bronze replicated in Cold Cast™ epoxy resin applied to CNC machined curved wood base. An authentic industrial look and feel without the weight.

Photo courtesy The New Traditionalists

Translucent Reception Desk, Boston, MA
Commission: Bower
Concept: Planeta Design Group
Artist: Justin Blanchard

Taking the Planeta concept for a whimsical desk, with swooping lines and surfaces, in a deeply translucent green/blue color, we created a series of complex forms to capture our tinted Epoxy Resin and create this other worldly structure that appears to have magically grown from the floor and walls of the Bower reception area.

Bower Boston, MA
Design: Planeta Design Group
Commission: Bower
Artist: Justin Blanchard
Architect: TAT
Contractor: JMA
Paint: Masterworks Custom Paint and Body

At the direction of Planeta Design Group, FORMA Beyond hand sculpted a GFRG "Dinasaur Egg" desk that will serve as the reception desk for the Fenway Tower 2 lobby. Helping greet visitors with a resounding wave of future modernity.

Bower, Boston, MA
Concept: Planeta Design Group
Commissioned by Bower
Artist: Justin Blanchard
Paint: Masterworks Custom Paint and Body

The hand-sculpted Impluvium installation authentically produces the ultra-realistic dynamics of real ocean waves along with their unique refractive coloration properties. The paint is a custom House of Kolor blended acrylic Pearl that produces different color arrays depending on the type and angle of light source.