|Round Wire:||1.5mm||Flat Wire:||2.5mm|
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creative architectural metals,
architectural metal mesh screens
Stainless Steel Mesh Patterns With Architectural Metal Fabric For Interior Design
Architectural metal fabric as extraordinary interior design demands extraordinarily beautiful and reliable materials. Cambridge woven metal fabrics, alone, are works of art, designed and hand-crafted by skilled weavers who understand that beauty and quality are central to the transformation of any space.From smaller, complementary touches, to large-scale space sculpting, from traditional to contemporary looks, Cambridge interior mesh systems produce an enduring elegance.
Architectural metal fabrics offer certain protection in addition to the good decorative effects. And when they are used on walls and ceilings to create a unique texture and accentuate lighting effects.
Metal mesh fabric are manufactured with noncorroding,high-grade AISI Type 304&316 stainless steel ,so no mantenance is required to keep them looking new. Alternative types of stainless steel are sometimes chosen for specific environments.We also offer many for designs in brass ,bronze,copper and custom alloys.
Architectural metal fabric is not new but its use as an exterior cladding material has opened up new dimensions in architectural cladding. The subtle changes of colour from cold to warm as the sun progresses through the day give buildings such as multi-storey car parks a vibrancy all too often lacking. Stainless Steel Mesh also acts as a useful solar screen that allows a controlled amount of light into the car park while creating shade for comfort and practicality.
A wide range of proprietary cladding systems are offered. The main types are described here and bespoke designed systems are also available. Early involvement in the specification process can lead to significant benefits and savings and a more efficient perimeter solution. For example, Berry Systems can advise on how potentially cladding can be rated for pedestrian loadings if required. Advice can also be given on how to achieve the required level of ventilation through the cladding. Generally speaking the greater the degree of opaqueness the less the ventilation and airflow.
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