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Building Facades


Salford Innovation Forum, Manchester

Architect : Faulkner Browns


7.6M long elements of DOKA-BARRETTE 8914 provide sun protection to two elevations of the Innovation Forum.

The HAVER tension profile & clevis screw fixing system was used to fix the mesh to the sub-structure.

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New Teaching Block, University of Dundee

Architect : Campbell & Arnott

Elements of weave type EGLA-MONO 4631 are tensioned between the sub-structure of this beautiful contemporary building, to provide sun protection to the spaces within.

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Car Park One at Chesapeake

Architect : Elliott & Associates

External Facade made from LARGO-PLENUS 2022

To achieve a homogenous surface with only 25% open area, Haver & Boecker designed a new mesh specification using slightly crimped flat wires: LARGO-PLENUS 2022 made from Stainless Steel Type 316.

Small gaps between panels provide minimal interference for the integrity of the mesh facade.


Newcastle Royal Victoria Infirmary

Architect: AMEC

Weave type MULTI-BARRETTE 8101 is used to offer protection from driving rain to the external staircases.

The design brief called for single length panels to span a height of over 8M, with no intermediate fixings.  To achieve this, a new type of bottom fixing detail was designed and created by our sister company HAVER & BOECKER.


ROMA Office Building, Rostock

Architect: OTT Architects

Contemporary design using EGLA-MONO 4391, with an almost invisible bespoke fixing system to provide a stunning building facade.

Depending on the viewing angle, the facade is sometimes dense or transparent.