From custom steel wall panels to unique wood and metal fixtures in restaurants, bars and high-rise lobbies to airport remodels…. Brander brings a sculptural and artistic perspective to every project. We merge art and science in ways that balance the history of design with today’s contemporary styles, maintaining authentic originality as the essential component in all our creations.
This is a one of a kind bar in a high traffic bar venue in BWI airport. Hand crafted radius steel bar top with a beautiful hand applied Bronze patina. Brandner Design patina bar finishes are coated with a durable clear coat that will stand the test of time.
Canada Goose has found a good use for Brandner Design finishes on all their steel accents, shelving and decorative panels. Brandner’s Random Black Veil with a durable Acrylic Urethane sealer helps tie together the progressive design of these premier stores.
Lifetime Fitness in Philadelphia found Brandner Design panels and steel finishes to be the perfect fit for their Lifespa entry and soffit. These beautiful Bronze patina steel panels add just the right color and textural finish to compliment the custom millwork and fixtures.
Isidore Newman School in New Orleans brought Brandner Design on board to design and execute the surround and shelving for the Geode display in the science department. Random Black Veil Patina steel panels, doors, shelving and cabinets add a sophisticated and progressive style designed space for a very renown institution.
Over 280,000 triangles were laser cut onto 28 metal panels to create this 800 sq ft mosaic image of Montana State University-Bozeman’s mascot, the Bobcat. Brandner Design’s sister company, True Cut Laser, utilized their Trumpf 3000 watt high-speed laser to create the detailed image of the bobcat for the new engineering building, Norm Asbojornson Hall.
Brandner Design is proud to be producing a new look for Wolfgang Puck Pizza in locations across the country. Hand patina’d panels and signage are the perfect facelift for this popular franchise.
Shown here with Brandner Design’s Antique Brown and Black patina finish.
In 2002 Jeff Brandner was chosen to design and build a September 11th Memorial for Morris County NJ where 96 people lost their lives. The design is centered around three large window sections salvaged from the World Trade Center wreckage, dirt from the Pentagon and recovered parts of Flight 93.
Jump Trading re-designed their offices in a contemporary, industrial style. We created a conference table from I-Beams, hand patinaed panels and boards milled from 19th century White Oak barn beams with a concealed passage for computer wires. This versatile design can be circular, square or a stately 19′ long executive command center.