Seuss Landing at Universal Studios Islands of Adventure, needed lots and lots of railing and none of it could be straight. This railing needed a mechanical look achieved with the expanded metal panels.
Notice how, in the image, the top rail and mid rail run parallel to each other. Much of that bending needed to be done in a shop using a set of jigs. Of course, once we were in the field, adjustments had to be made too. That’s when steelworkers discovered that they could actually bend the railings, to my direction, in the field. The workers had a good time doing it, and actually figured out the rhythm of the bending without having to have me looking over their shoulders.
In some cases, like this image, safety panels were required. I designed rectangular panels that, when set on angles, don’t look all that straight anymore. But the panels were easy to make in the shop, and we needed plenty of them.