Ycology recently completed a new project with the City of San Diego Commission on Arts & Culture for a custom-designed, highly functional security panel system. During original construction of Rob Quigley’s San Diego Main Library, some of the specialized storage spaces were left raw in order to allow curatorial and collections staff to customize the spaces. The new system is designed to help staff to manage co-habitated spaces, ensuring security for collections while maintaining access for facilities personnel. Ycology fabricated the powdercoated steel panels, gates, and transoms from 100% recycled steel finished with a zero VOC coating to eliminate offgassing within the same room envelope as the Commission’s art collections.
We’d like to thank the Commission on Arts & Culture and all of our fabricators for working with us and we look forward to our next collaboration!