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With three originals projects in the works for Gensler architects, M.R. Walls has innovated the design language of texture, creating custom textures specifically for Gensler's commercial project. Here we see, what we named, "Bullet". Hammered and non-repetitive, this type of highly organized 3d texture flows over the interior of a large commercial lobby in San Diego in Corian's Cameo White.


Intel: Mobile VR unit. Pushing the edge of digital design, intel's mobile VR truck incorporated a customized, "SOUND BOOM" to absorb and deflect sound as well as utilize the robust surface of Corian to combine design experience as well as high functionality.

Mayo Clinic Hospital

Combining design wellness with the hygienic material properties of Corian, architects selected the "Obit" design, carved and etched for new MRI rooms.


A custom reception desk. Design team wished to create a brutalist style to match the existing facade. We teamed up to create, “Flute” wholly randomized and texture 3d surface for this bespoke reception desk in San Diego.

Red Lion Hotels

San Francisco: For the Signature brand of hotels for Red Lion, Romano Studio created 36 unique M.R. shower surfaces. The designers wanted "retro-modern" and started customizing using our patent pending design technology to create the "Marylynn Morone" shower, as well as the "Golden Gate Bridge" shower. Bespoke, Iconic and something worthy of communicating and attracting an audenice.


Spanning 60 feet high, this custom feature wall in Biolegend’s new headquarters in San Diego, is bespoke and iconic design experience for the entire team and clients.

Using Romano Studio’s design technology, the architects at Delawie were able to submit a custom and personalize image of this certain type of biology and the wall height and width. In this case, 60 feet high. Our process generated this 3d model, wholly accurate, and ultimately printed into over 30 unique puzzle pieces that STACKED on top of each other all the way to the top of this glass atrium.

Altman Brothers

Josh and Matt Altman selected a custom back-lit M.R. Wall using their logo for their new offices in Beverly Hills.