Dividing curtain made from TEXTURA 1991
Architect: Gerling & Arendt
The cladding of the proscenium walls had to be renewed and meet the current arrangement of the building. To give the theatre and new and modern look nonetheless, the walls are clad with MINIFLEX 8135.
At an exhibition in the town, artwork was painted by local artists directely onto the walls of a sub-way. Elements of DETENTION SCREEN 7016 were framed and installed to offer protection to the wall-art.
The wall cladding in this high-end fashion boutique in London, is made from LARGO-PLENUS 2027.
The square opening was specially developed for this project. To achieve the desired 25% open area, this mesh type is woven with flat wires, which at the same time achieve a uniform and even light reflection.
Architect: TPG Architecture
The stairs of this renowed fashion company are clad with wire mesh elements made from FLEXOMESH 9246.
Cut-to-size mesh panels were tensioned over square frames, then installed with varying direction of the mesh structure (vertically and horizontally) to create chessboard-like appearance.