News: Category: Public

Rail station walls of Arvada Ridge Commuter Rail Station are equipped with PolyVision’s CeramicSteel panels showing a variety of colors and shapes
PolyVision’s Top 5 Projects of the Decade

1/9/2020 2:27 PM by Ashley Brown, Marketing Communications Manager

As the beginning of a new year is ramping up, we’re looking back at our five favorite projects from the decade we left behind.

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Angled view of a few murals on decorative wall cladding that display elements of the Kentucky landscape situated in corridors in the Lexington Shriners Hospital for Children
Digital Printing on CeramicSteel and Experiential Graphic Design

2/12/2019 4:51 PM by Kevin Buchanan, Director of Product Lifecycle Management

As digital printing continues to evolve, PolyVision has been mastering the printing process on CeramicSteel surfaces for more than 50 years through screen printing and now digital printing.

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Colorful wall panels line the walls of a metro station
The Power of Color

2/6/2019 7:48 PM by Kate Cathey, Senior Product Marketing Specialist

With the incredible influence of color on our lives, it’s interesting to take a step back and understand how exactly we perceive color in our environment.

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A vibrant mural printed on CeramicSteel at Singapore’s Tampines East & West Stations celebrates local culture by representing imagery, buildings, and people.
The Vast Versatility of CeramicSteel

1/22/2019 4:30 PM by Ed La Selva, Architectural Product Development Manager

From interior design to exterior building cladding, from workplace collaboration to large-scale public art projects, CeramicSteel provides a material that lends itself to any environment.

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Colorful panels above bookcases and seating areas in the Hennepin County Library
5 Ways to Create an Appealing Public Space

12/18/2018 2:00 PM by Kate Cathey, Senior Product Marketing Specialist

A place that transmits a message through color and art, has the power to make it a symbol that represents a community and its citizens.

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PolyVision to Exhibit + Host Scavenger Hunt at EDspaces 2018

10/9/2018 7:57 PM by PolyVision

PolyVision will be exhibiting at EDspaces 2018 in Tampa, FL November 7-9.

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Grey wall in metro station with panels of colors and patterns as 3D blocks are located above the walkway in vibrant colors
Integrating Public Art in Urban Transit Design

6/27/2018 1:29 PM by Ed La Selva, Architectural Product Development Manager

7. 6 billion — the current number of people walking, riding, driving and flying around the Earth. With a current population growth rate of 83 million people per year, the world in 2018 has already witnessed 60 million births. 

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PolyVision to Exhibit at the 2018 AIA Conference for Architecture

5/18/2018 5:33 PM by PolyVision

PolyVision will attend the 2018 AIA Conference on Architecture with an exhibition highlighting one of the most durable and versatile products available.

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Vibrantly colored panels with images of crop fields line the walls of the Arvada Ridge Commuter Rail Station
Three Ways CeramicSteel Panels Outlast Other Surface Materials

3/28/2018 4:46 PM by Ed La Selva, Architectural Product Development Manager

Quality performance and aesthetics make CeramicSteel a wise investment.

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Angled close up view that shows half of the Tampa Riverwalk public art project Woven Waves using imaged a3 CeramicSteel Flexible 4 panels under the Laurel Street Bridge and looking out into the street
The Impact of Public Art Projects on Human Health

2/28/2018 7:05 PM by Kate Cathey, Senior Product Marketing Specialist

Art has the power to connect us to places, to people and even to ourselves. Public art is a fascinating mix of political, sociopolitical and cultural dynamics that have a strong emotional effect, representing much more than surface beauty. We’d be wise to create more.

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Angled view of murals on decorative wall cladding that display elements of the Kentucky landscape situated in corridors in the Lexington Shriners Hospital for Children
Creating Wall Murals Built to Last at Shriners Hospitals

8/2/2017 6:10 PM by Ashley Brown, Marketing Communications Manager

When children come through the doors of the new Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center in Lexington, Kentucky, they might be on crutches or in a wheelchair. That’s because Shriners expertly treats more than 13,000 children and teenagers a year with neuromuscular conditions, something it’s done since its founding in 1926, when it opened to care for those suffering from polio. Lexington Shriners Medical Center, which relocated in April of 2017, is just one of 22 Shriners Hospitals in the world, with the goal of providing innovative pediatric care for children with orthopaedic conditions, burns, spinal cord inuries, and cleft lip and palate, regardless of the families’ ability to pay.

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A close up of Sectio Aurea, a lenticular mural printed on PolyVision Flexible 4 CeramicSteel panels and displayed in Hennepin County Library
Public Art Promotes Drive for Human Creativity

12/22/2016 2:30 PM by Rebecca Charbauski

Paris has the Eiffel Tower, Chicago has “The Bean,” and Hong Kong has Tian Tan Buddha. Art installations on a large scale can become iconic symbols of communities and culture.

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