Aside from Han Solo and the airplanes, I made everything you see here...
Melissa from Good Day Sacramento came by with her crew to take a tour of the shop and get an early look at our new Flight Zone exhibit for the Aerospace Museum of California.
"When you consider the products Marshall creates through his one-man company, URBAN FABRICATED (formerly FABRITYPE), it’s fitting that they come from a laboratory that is as much of a mechanics shop as a toy store. He created a giant mobile media center for VSP’s The Shop that he calls “The Monitaur,” and he’s currently working on a magazine rack that looks like a ferris wheel for periodicals."
"Far from being pushed out by a flailing economy and corporate cost cutting, Marshall chose to leave his lucrative position at a local architecture firm, in search of a more fulfilling career on his own. At work, he says he felt himself spinning his wheels, watching projects float away only to come back at the 11th hour in need of serious fixing. He is a man obsessed with products and processes, and the inefficiency of office politics left him frustrated."
Our custom dining tables and complimentary benches were specifically engineered to photo-bomb this issue of Inside Magazine - August 2015.
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Many thanks go out to Jason Silva, Dreyfus Blackford Architects and The Shop @ VSP Global for this fantastic opportunity.
Here's an excerpt from an interview with the HPNA...
Meet Casey Marshall, of URBAN FABRICATED. He is a Sacramento based inventor, architectural designer and urban fabricator with, according to Comstock’s Magazine, a “dash of mad scientist.” Marshall has more than 20 years of design, fabrication, construction and architectural experience working for himself at URBAN FABRICATED and other Sacramento-based firms. Casey is now the designer/maker behind the Hollywood Park Neighborhood Sign Sculpture Project. While it is no secret that Casey is talented we thought we would reach out to him and get to know him just a little better!
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