Architectural mesh systems for a wide range of applications, both interior and exterior. Made from stainless steel, copper, or brass, it is hand-crafted on industrial looms and custom-made to order.
For interiors, mesh is most often used as a wall or ceiling covering or as cladding in elevators. However, because of its versatility, metal fabric can clad almost any surface, or stand alone as a space divider.
For exteriors, mesh is most often used for building facades. Metal fabric has the ability to shield windows and openings while still providing views and airflow if necessary. Recently, mesh has been developed as a shading material, reducing solar heat gain and optimizing day lighting inside high-performance buildings.
The last two designs engineered for curved architectural mesh systems are one that adapts to Cambridge’s Eclipse™ attachment to precisely match and effectively hold flowing mesh panels, and the other attaches flexible mesh to a custom-designed curved steel framework.
Curving architectural mesh produces a building element that brings depth and the impression of movement to a structure’s exterior.