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Infinity Canopy at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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NEW YORK, NY – This year’s MET roof garden commission, The Theater of Disappearance, by the Argentinian artist Adrián Villar Rojas, includes Infinity Canopy as an integral part of the exhibit’s visual design, and to provide shade and protection against the elements for the rooftop bar.

Screen Shot 2017-06-26 at 9.33.42 PM.pngThe exhibit features replicas of hundreds of museum artifacts arranged and fused together to form new pieces with the Infinity Canopy in the background.

​The 40’x34’ Infinity Canopy featuring Sunbrella Firesist fabric was fabricated and delivered within a week from the order date to meet the deadline for installation and subsequent opening of the exhibit. However, after the canopy was installed, it was discovered that in one area the canopy was two feet short due to a conflict between the submitted plans and the actual trellis size.

Screen Shot 2017-06-26 at 9.36.53 PM“Originally, MET museum officials were looking for a cover for their new pergola extension and they were looking for the canopy with the scalloped look,” explained Alan Shargani, founder, Infinity Canopy, Los Angeles. “They had contacted many local companies but when they learned about the modular design of the canopy, which allows it to be modified and re purposed later, and our ability to deliver the canopy to them on time, they selected Infinity Canopy.

Screen Shot 2017-06-26 at 9.34.03 PM.png“They love the canopy’s looks,” continued Shargani. “They were thrilled and relieved that we were able to lengthen a canopy that was ordered short by mistake, and do it quickly and easily.”

Visiting the museum this summer? Take pictures, tag @infinitycanopy and post to your social media to receive a special discount. The exhibit will be on display until October. The installation was provided by the local Infinity Canopy dealer, GSS Awning.

www.infinitycanopy.com

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