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  • Emagispace recently teamed up with Screen Gems in a film called Proud Mary. The film used the company’s EmagiBlocks as 20-foot wall set backdrops for Benny’s office and Mary’s apartment – scenes within the movie. The Emagiblocks enable companies like Screen Gems to eliminate waste by reconfiguring the blocks for additional sets, films and purposes. … Continue reading "Exhibitor Shares Insight on Emagispace’s Partnership with Screen Gems"

    Emagispace recently teamed up with Screen Gems in a film called Proud Mary. The film used the company’s EmagiBlocks as 20-foot wall set backdrops for Benny’s office and Mary’s apartment - scenes within the movie. The Emagiblocks enable companies like Screen Gems to eliminate waste by reconfiguring the blocks for additional sets, films and purposes.

     

    “At Emagispace, we have a passion for providing our customers with innovative solutions, and with Screen Gems, given its focus on a greener world, it makes sense they chose EmagiBlocks on their Proud Mary set,” said Noel Maxam, founder and CEO of Emagispace. “Creating sustainable products is at the top of our priority list, and production teams, like Screen Gems, realize the importance for the film industry to invest in re-useable solutions.”

     

    For more information on the partnership and how your company can use Emagiblocks like Screen Gems, click here for the article on the Exhibitor website.

  • Builder Magazine recently featured Emagispace in an article discussing the EmagiBlocks, and how there are several different ways to reconfigure an interior space – not to mention, in only minutes!   As mentioned in the article, “EmagiBlocks are engineered with horizontal and vertical channels in the interior to accommodate electrical and plumbing systems. The blocks … Continue reading "Even Builder Magazine Sees the Endless Possibilities with Emagispace"

    Builder Magazine recently featured Emagispace in an article discussing the EmagiBlocks, and how there are several different ways to reconfigure an interior space – not to mention, in only minutes!

     

    As mentioned in the article, “EmagiBlocks are engineered with horizontal and vertical channels in the interior to accommodate electrical and plumbing systems. The blocks can be easily configured and reconfigured to incorporate doors and windows. Virtually any material can be used as wall cladding, including vinyl, wood laminate, metal, glass, drywall, or custom 3D-printed reliefs. Wall coverings can be replaced and reused.”

     

    To find out more about Emagispace and how EmagiBlocks can revolutionize your space, click here for the Builder Magazine article.

  •   Noel Maxam, co-founder and CEO of Emagispace, contributed an article in Construction Today detailing how modular construction can aid natural disaster relief. Noel discusses how the use of innovative building block technology can help rebuild communities faster and more cost-effectively than traditional purpose-built structures.   “Imagine a solution that allowed disaster relief teams to … Continue reading "Emagispace CEO Discusses Disaster Relief with Construction Today"
     


    Noel Maxam, co-founder and CEO of Emagispace, contributed an article in Construction Today detailing how modular construction can aid natural disaster relief. Noel discusses how the use of innovative building block technology can help rebuild communities faster and more cost-effectively than traditional purpose-built structures.

     

    “Imagine a solution that allowed disaster relief teams to quickly construct shelters virtually anywhere in the world with pop-up medical treatment centers, and privacy walls for victims impacted by tragedy. If you needed desks, checkpoints, privacy for medical treatment or interior walls that are movable and reconfigurable, on-demand modular construction would be the clear answer: One product meeting the needs of many, instead of many products meeting the needs of too few.”

     

    Read more about how Emagispace can support natural disaster relief efforts here on the Construction Today website.

  • The Gazette featured Emagispace in an article written about their set up, what went into getting where they are today, and their plans for the future. Clark and Noel Maxam have worked together to create a sustainable design, adaptable products, and a modular wall system.   “I had to build a bar for a set … Continue reading "The Gazette Talks Building Blocks With Noel Maxam"
    The Gazette Article

    The Gazette featured Emagispace in an article written about their set up, what went into getting where they are today, and their plans for the future. Clark and Noel Maxam have worked together to create a sustainable design, adaptable products, and a modular wall system.

     

    "I had to build a bar for a set and couldn't afford to do that on the budget we had, so I set the scene in the basement of a bar and used a stack of empty beer boxes to reflect that," Noel Maxam said. "I didn't know if then, but it was a germ of an idea. Much later, I started looking at the idea of putting up sets myself and thought 'why not have building blocks for adults?'" Maxam has been working on this idea for the past 25 years.  Once he had the design, Maxam and a former UCCS colleague figured out how to create the connections between the panels using their fiberboards to make a stable and durable, temporary wall component.

     

    Clark found Little Colorado, a Denver manufacturing company that agreed to manufacture the wood panels. A company in Los Angeles makes the plastic interconnecting components and together they have a working building block system! The company officially took off in 2013 when the Maxam brothers got the patent for their idea. It has taken Noel a while to get where he is today, but his hard worked has paid off.

     

    Read more of Gazette’s article here to learn more about how Emagispace got started.

       
  • Sony’s Screen Gems started using smaller and cheaper cameras to make bigger movies. Sony just announced that its new horror film “Cadaver” will be shot with a Sony s7 II that costs $3,000. Sony claims that the S7 camera is perfect because “it allows us opportunities we might not otherwise get.”   Screen Gems decided … Continue reading "IndieWire Shows Off Sony’s Step Towards Sustainability"
    Indie Wire Article

    Sony’s Screen Gems started using smaller and cheaper cameras to make bigger movies. Sony just announced that its new horror film “Cadaver” will be shot with a Sony s7 II that costs $3,000. Sony claims that the S7 camera is perfect because “it allows us opportunities we might not otherwise get.”

     

    Screen Gems decided to go eco-friendly on their cadaver. They now use Emagispace’s eco-friendly, sustainable design building block system to construct their sets. However, the environmental consciousness was not the only reason they decided to use Emagispace. “Emagispace allowed us to build 20-foot set walls in half the time of traditional lumber-based sets, and then save the building blocks for future productions,” said Gainor. “So in essence, the walls went up in half the time and cut waste by about 50%. It was a win-win.”

     

    Many companies are starting to find ways to make their products and productions more efficient. Emagispace offers a lot for sustainable, adaptable and reusable interior design builds and can create temporary walls in a short amount of time.

     

    Read more about our feature in IndieWires.

     

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  • (COLORADO SPRINGS) – Emagispace®, a building block technology company with a physical product that revolutionizes the construction of interior spaces in which people live, work and play, recently teamed up with Creative Graphics Services (CGS) to provide 563 linear feet of wall, nearly 2 football fields, in 1.5 days for events leading up to this … Continue reading "Emagispace Partners with Creative Graphics Services for The Big Game"

    (COLORADO SPRINGS)Emagispace®, a building block technology company with a physical product that revolutionizes the construction of interior spaces in which people live, work and play, recently teamed up with Creative Graphics Services (CGS) to provide 563 linear feet of wall, nearly 2 football fields, in 1.5 days for events leading up to this past weekend’s Big Game.

     

    “It is an honor to have partnered with CGS on creating an exciting atmosphere and a once-in-a-lifetime experience for attendees at the Big Game’s interactive theme park,” said Noel Maxam, founder and CEO of Emagispace. “We are committed to creating versatile, re-usable and long-lasting products, which is why partnering with CGS, who has been part of this event for 29 years, was a great fit. We hope to continue this partnership for years to come.”

     

    Emagispace’s interlocking building blocks, called EmagiBlocks®, were installed in the Minneapolis Convention Center as part of the Big Game’s interactive experience, just blocks from U.S. Bank Stadium where the Eagles took home this year’s championship trophy. The barrier walls featured the game’s logo adhered by CGS that were seen by more than 70,000 in attendance.

     

    “CGS was charged with locating a solution that provides public space separation with a higher level of structural integrity than traditional systems,” said Jim Niner, vice president at CGS. “The innovative and flexible technology engineered by Emagispace is revolutionizing interior construction while providing the CGS team a blank canvas for high impact branded graphics.  We look forward to expanding our use of the Emagiblock system!”

     

    For the game, Emagiblocks were prebuilt in order to meet installation time and labor constraints. While sporting event, tradeshow and concert venues often face challenges of creating well-designed “eye popping” spaces that attract attention, are cost-effective, and are simple to ship and assemble, Emagispace offers a solution that allows its products to adapt to customer needs and can be reconfigured and repurposed for years to come.

     

    For more information about Emagispace, and how it can help re-imagine your next space, call (844) 949-2557 or visit the website at www.emagispace.com.

     

    About Emagispace® Inc.

    Emagispace® Inc. is an interior construction and design innovator that has developed sustainable building block technology to re-imagine what’s possible for the construction of  interior spaces. The company was founded in 2015 when Emmy® Award-winning TV executive producer and director Noel Maxam grew frustrated with the time, cost and storage needs of traditional set construction, and the environmental waste when ultimately scrapped.

     

    Emagispace’s patented EmagiBlock® platform greatly reduces the cost, mess and time required for an interior construction build across a diverse range of industries including Office, Trade Shows, Retail, Art galleries and Museums, TV/film/theatre, Warehouses, Storage, and more, with code compliance for a vast array of industries and uses.  For more information, visit www.emagispace.com.

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  • (COLORADO SPRINGS) – Emagispace®, a building block technology company with a physical product that revolutionizes the construction of interior spaces in which people live, work and play, recently partnered with Screen Gems to provide EmagiBlocks® as set backdrops for the movie, Proud Mary.   “At Emagispace, we have a passion for providing our customers with … Continue reading "Emagispace Partners with Screen Gems in Proud Mary Movie with Eco-Friendly Sets"

    (COLORADO SPRINGS) – Emagispace®, a building block technology company with a physical product that revolutionizes the construction of interior spaces in which people live, work and play, recently partnered with Screen Gems to provide EmagiBlocks® as set backdrops for the movie, Proud Mary.

     

    “At Emagispace, we have a passion for providing our customers with innovative solutions, and with Screen Gems, given its focus on a greener world, it makes sense they chose EmagiBlocks on their Proud Mary set,” said Noel Maxam, founder and CEO of Emagispace. “Creating sustainable products is at the top of our priority list, and production teams, like Screen Gems, realize the importance for the film industry to invest in re-useable solutions.”

     

    With Emagiblocks, Screen Gems built 20-foot set walls for the Proud Mary scenes of Benny’s office and Mary’s apartment. Modular EmagiBlocks eliminate waste by enabling the creation and re-creation of virtually anything, and have been re-used on several film and TV sets.

     

    “Emagispace is a fantastic partner. Not only are they providing a less disruptive and more cost-effective solution to traditional set builds, the blocks can be easily reconfigured and repurposed from set to set,” said Glenn Gainor, head of physical production, Screen Gems. Their mission to create eco-friendly products and cut back landfill waste is something we strongly believe in as part of our environmental initiative.”

     

    For more information about Emagispace, and how it can help re-imagine your next space, call (844) 949-2557 or visit the website at www.emagispace.com.

     

    TWEET IT: Emagi-this: @ProudMaryMovie used eco-friendly @Emagispace to build sets. Way to think outside of the blocks @SonyPictures! #GreenerWorld

     

    About Emagispace® Inc. Emagispace® Inc. is an interior construction and design innovator that has developed sustainable building block technology to re-imagine what’s possible for the construction of interior spaces. The company was founded in 2015 when Emmy® Award-winning TV executive producer and director Noel Maxam grew frustrated with the time, cost and storage needs of traditional set construction, and the environmental waste when ultimately scrapped.

     

    Emagispace’s patented EmagiBlock® platform greatly reduces the cost, mess and time required for an interior construction build across a diverse range of industries including Office, Trade Shows, Retail, Art galleries and Museums, TV/film/theatre, Warehouses, Storage, and more, with code compliance for a vast array of industries and uses. For more information, visit www.emagispace.com.

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  • Why Screen Gems Is Using Smaller, Cheaper Cameras to Make Bigger Movies By Chris O’Falt January 18, 2017 http://www.indiewire.com/2017/01/screen-gems-cadaver-sony-as7-cameras-1201770003/  

    Why Screen Gems Is Using Smaller, Cheaper Cameras to Make Bigger Movies

    By Chris O’Falt

    January 18, 2017

    http://www.indiewire.com/2017/01/screen-gems-cadaver-sony-as7-cameras-1201770003/

     
  • Emagispace Takes $4.2M July 25, 2017 http://www.socaltech.com/emagispace_takes_4__m/s-0071297.html
  • Modular Design Could Be The Future Of Tenant Improvements By Julie Littman July 25, 2017 https://www.bisnow.com/national/news/office/this-company-is-bringing-modular-build-outs-to-interior-design-76921?rt=44791

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