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Getting to know the different types of metal mesh

November 23rd 2016

Architectural metal mesh can be used for a variety of different applications, it is an extremely popular and versatile product. Common applications include balustrade in fill panels, façade systems, wall cladding and many more. Picking a pattern of metal mesh that looks attractive is easy, however it is crucial that the mesh you choose is […]

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How Metal Mesh Partitions can create a personal space without building barriers

September 9th 2016

The use of metal mesh partitions is commonly used throughout today’s busy offices and restaurants, creating a personal space without the need for complete isolation. The popularity of open plan offices has seen the very essence of its design and purpose evolve for over a century, from large open spaces with aligned desks like a […]

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Bringing texture to architecture

November 4th 2015

Texture in architecture is aimed to enhance both optical and tactile elements to buildings and surroundings. The optical texture of a building refers to its visual characteristics from afar, such as windows, sweeping curves, corners and voids. The tactile texture refers to the closer materials that can be physically touched, such as stone or glass building materials, […]

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The use of colour in architecture

November 3rd 2015

Colour is an integral element of our world, not just in the natural environment but also in the man-made architectural environment and has played a role in the human evolutionary process. Throughout the ages, the evolution of man is often depicted by its harnessing of new materials, from Stone-age to Bronze-age to Iron-age. The use of […]

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Staircases and their importance

November 3rd 2015

Staircases are one of the strongest transition elements in architecture, they are designed to connect two spaces, whether it is interior to exterior or different interior levels. The positioning of staircases and stairs in a building has always been critical and an important design factor. The positioning of a staircase in a building is becoming […]

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What is Physical Vapour Deposition (PVD)?

November 3rd 2015

Physical Vapour Deposition (PVD) is a collective set of processes used to deposit thin layers of material to metal surfaces to give them a hard durable coating. It is commonly used in the architectural and interior design industry to add colour to stainless steel and help extend the life of a number of different architectural […]

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