As you may know, Armor Screen was brought in to design a custom hurricane protection system for “Gone But Not Forgotten,” a $25 million gold-leafed mammoth sculpture at the Faena hotel in South Beach, Miami.
But did you know that our work on this project was featured in the New York Times? With exposure like this, Armor Screen is becoming known for quality hurricane protection not just in South Florida, but around the world. Here’s an excerpt from the article:
“Even before Hurricane Irma became a blip on a forecaster’s radar, the Faena Hotel Miami Beach wanted to make sure that its $15 million, glass-enclosed, outdoor Damien Hirst sculpture, “Gone But Not Forgotten,” became neither. So it tapped a company called Armor Screen to design an extra layer of protection against wind and debris…”
For more on this incredible opportunity, check out this link to the full article below: