Maloya's team of experts used used Bump Bending to approximate the complex form. Bump-bending, is a series of bends, usually done on a press brake, that allows you to create a cylindrical bend in your metal sheet. The radius pitch--the distance between two bumps--can be calculated to just a few degrees to achieve a smooth, precise result. This allowed Maloya to deliver the geometric door imagined by Kathryn Dean, principal of the New York firm Dean/Wolf Architects. Maloya used its vast supply chain to engage vendors to develop the backlighting that was integrated into the doors.