Metal Sculpture Fabrication
Public art projects require special attention to detail, expertise in fabrication, experience with specialty metals like stainless steel and aluminum and proficiency in the art of rolling and bending.
Fabrication projects with a rolling and bending component are our specialty.
With more than 40 years experience in custom fabrication, we are the manufacturers and assemblers of private and public art you’ve been looking for! Contact us today to start your quote.
Recent metal sculpture fabrication projects:
Custom fabricated metal artwork and sculptures are one of our specialties at Kubes Steel. Our most recent project was this stylized “Rabbit” shaped sculpture, which will be installed at a condominium building in Toronto, Ontario. This steel sculpture required custom forming the upper and lower plates of each modular section, then joining them together with…
When the Halton Hills Power Plant opened in 2010, it included a sculpture constructed of architecturally exposed structural steel pipe sections to accompany the municipal sign. Kubes Steel performed the cold rolling service for the 22″ diameter upper sections, the smaller lower sections and fabricated all the connecting brackets. The finished sculpture is made of…
NY New York metal sculpture fabricated by Kubes Steel in stainless steel.
For this public art installation project, Kubes Steel supplied stainless steel rolled pipe/tube and workshop space at our Burlington Street Shop in Hamilton, Ontario. The completed public art installation was named Wisdom, and is on permanent display at A Place of Many Grasses.
“Approaching Red” by Maha Mustafa at Concord City Place, Toronto, Ontario.
Kubes did the rolling and bending for this project designed by Monica Ponce de Leon for the Conrad Hotel in New York City, New York.
Kubes Steel worked with Soheil Mosun Limited to bring Jaakko Pernu’s Summer Clouds vision to life. A public art sculpture located at Concord Park Place in Toronto, Ontario, Kubes Steel provided the bent and fabricated pipe that make up the ‘legs’ of the sculptures.
Kubes Steel did the fabrication and rolling and bending of the tubular columns of the Queen Richmond West Centre in Toronto. Known as a delta frame, the tubular columns support the ‘building in the air’ at 134 Peter Street. For more info on the project check out the Globe’s article: Totally Tubular Design Pays Off for…
Pipe that was bent and fabricated by Kubes Steel made it into the award winning CES Display for Intel in 2008.
Bronze and stainless steel sculpture at the University of Toronto Donnelly Centre of Cellular and Biomolecular Research.