For their congregation’s 13th Anniversary Conference they wanted to do something that would look elegant and provide a good setting for worship sets. They had a limited budget, so they needed to reuse every material that they could in a smart way.
They used 6 Coroplast 4’x8’ sheets that they already had from previous projects, cutting them to shape with a utility knife and scoring in the middle, halfway up, to fold and give a tapered effect that would produce some shadows for a tridimensional effect. For the framing, they used 1-5/8” steel studs, configuring forms that would project the Coroplast shapes 12” to the front, alternating top and bottom projections with middle projections. Then they fixed the frames to the existing backwall. They have been using steel studs in their recent projects because they are a lightweight material, easy to work with and reusable on-and-on for many applications.
Lighting brought the final touch, producing interesting shades on the angled faces, giving depth to the Coroplast configuration. They used LED par cans and 6 LED linear wash lights to achieve the lighting effect.
(6) White Coroplast Sheets
(47) 1-5/8”Steel Studs
Flat Black Paint
Coroplast sheets were reused from past designs, so they spent about $150 on steel studs and paint.