Fiberglass is a medium that allows for unlimited creativity in form design.
Eric Goetz currently teaches and consults with MIT, Yale and the Rhode Island School of Design as they develop their interests in composite buildings and architecture.
(below left) The 165’ (Ark) composite / wood veneered library that hangs in the Corporate Headquarters of the American Yazaki Corporation. The structure was built in two halves in our shop in Bristol RI. We cut the halves into four road legal pieces [82’x16’] and trucked these to the jobsite in Canton, Michigan. The structure was assembled in the air.