In ways that conventional materials are unable, advanced composites enable complex designs to become reality. From concept development, through design, engineering and installation, CET partners with world renowned architects and designers to bring their creative vision to life.
Carbon Fiber is the most modular and effective material for the development of complex architectural designs. CET has long history of working with some of the most prolific and accomplished architects and designers, from Toshiko Mori to Renzo Piano, Anish Kapoor and the Buckminster Fuller Institute. CET has also enjoyed working with corporate partners to develop signature architectural and design pieces, including Apple, Comcast, and the American Yazaki Corporation. Over the years, our work has proudly been installed in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, The Smithsonian Institution’s Cooper Hewitt Museum, Bishop Ranch, the Staten Island Children’s Museum, and the 2014 Art Basel Exposition in the Miami Design District.
"They had the material expertise, but also suggestions and ideas. Others didn’t have the same design aesthetic or mental ability."
Unveiled during Art Basil in Miami, the replica of Buckminster Fuller's Fly's Eye Dome is now a permanent fixture in the Miami Design District. Additional engineering went into the replica to withstand the hurricane force winds and meet fire-retardant code compliance.
The Granoff Sofa designed by Taylor McKenzie, is located in the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts at Brown University.
The Land Buoy Pier 53 designed by Jody Pinto is located at the end of the Washington Avenue Pier on the Delaware River. The lighted blue beacon at the top of the 55' structure was fabricated by CET dba Goetz Composites.
The Devon Energy Christmas Bulb was built for the company's larger than life holiday display. This composite structure is put up annually during the holiday season at their headquarters in Oklahoma City, OK.