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. … Continue reading “Exhibitor Shares Insight on Emagispace’s Partnership with Screen Gems”

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 … Continue reading “Even Builder Magazine Sees the Endless Possibilities with Emagispace”

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 … Continue reading “Emagispace CEO Discusses Disaster Relief with Construction Today”

Bisnow

People believe that modular design could be the future of interior buildouts and tenant improvements. Emagispace is a Los Angeles-based modular design company that launched a modular building block system. Emagiblocks allows for personal customization and design. The new Emagiblocks use modular panels and very few tools are then required for the moveable walls. It … Continue reading “Bisnow”

TechCrunch

This new modular construction company just raised $4.2 million in Series A funding By Connie Loizos July 25, 2017 https://techcrunch.com/2017/07/25/this-neat-new-modular-construction-company-just-raised-4-4-million-in-series-a-funding/  

The Gazette Talks Building Blocks With Noel Maxam

  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”

IndieWire Shows Off Sony’s Step Towards Sustainability

  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”

SocalTech Shows Sustainability With Emagispace

“Los Angeles-based Emagispace, a developer of “green” building block technology, disclosed today that it has raised $4.2M in a Series A funding. The funding was co-led by Circle Ventures and Alpha Edison, and also included Jeremy Zimmer (UTA), 54 Madison, and others. The company’s products are currently used for modular workspaces, tradeshow displays and booths, retail … Continue reading “SocalTech Shows Sustainability With Emagispace”

BISNOW Talks Walls With Emagispace

People believe that modular design could be the future of interior buildouts and tenant improvements. Emagispace is a Los Angeles-based modular design company that launched a modular building block system. Emagiblocks allows for personal customization and design. The new Emagiblocks use modular panels and very few tools are then required for the moveable walls. It … Continue reading “BISNOW Talks Walls With Emagispace”

Wall Street Journal Venture Capital

Funding Snapshot: Interior Construction and Design Startup Emagispace Snags $4.2 Million Series A Company: Emagispace Amount invested: $4.2 million Series/Round: Series A Investors: Alpha Edison (lead), Jeremy Zimmer, Circle Ventures and 54 Madison Company description: Developer of a sustainable building block technology that makes it possible to re-imagine the construction of interior space.   Subscribers … Continue reading “Wall Street Journal Venture Capital”