Recently we have completed designing, fabricating, and installing a broadcast display design for Northern Arizona University.
This incredibly attractive broadcast display set was recently designed, fabricated, and installed by our team for Samaritan’s Purse in Boone, NC.
Studio set design is just our thing, and these two identical sets designed for CTV bear witness to that.
Even this smaller desk version can comfortably fit 4 people for any type of broadcast such as interview, discussion board, webcast, podcast, news cast, talk shows, or product reviews.
The set was designed, as you will see in the images, to fill the space as much as possible for 3 different positions tailored to internal broadcast for the CI division of the IRS.
We have just completed a teeny little news broadcast anchor desk for Beacon School District in New York, NY.
Some images of our newest set to leave the shop floor headed for the Henry Ford broadcast studio. This small but potent TV studio set is made with lots of love, powdercoated steel, wood laminates, recessed lighting, translucent PETG sheets covered in translucent vinyl, shiny stuff, silver stuff, and glass. We love it, and were sad to see it go.
This set was a challenge as it is in a somewhat small space for broadcast. However, with careful planning and schematics, we managed to create a broadcast studio set that really fit the space, both dimensionally and visually.
Something fun about this set design is the aluminum surfaces we made in shop, using a wire brush with a CNC router. We essentially made a vector file with wavy lines, and then fed that to the CNC router and it’s wire brush hovering over a sheet of aluminum.
It’s always great to see our clients so happy (as this picture so clearly proves). This particular TV set design was created for Creation Science Evangelism, also known as God Quest.