Woven mesh, often crafted from materials like stainless steel, aluminum, or copper, is a dynamic architectural element that combines strength with flexibility. The interwoven strands create a visually striking pattern, offering transparency and a sense of openness, while still providing structural integrity. This balance makes woven metal mesh an ideal choice for various applications in contemporary architecture.

Facade Systems
Woven metal mesh is frequently employed in facade systems, where it acts as a protective layer while allowing natural light and ventilation to permeate the space. The material’s durability ensures long-term performance, making it an excellent choice for both commercial and residential structures.

Interior Design
Within interior spaces, woven metal mesh finds its place in creating stunning visual effects. From room dividers to ceiling panels, the material adds a touch of modernity and elegance. Its ability to define spaces while maintaining a sense of openness makes it a popular choice among interior designers.

Solar Shading
The precise design of woven metal mesh allows for effective solar shading. By strategically placing mesh panels, you can control the amount of sunlight entering a building, contributing to energy efficiency, and creating a comfortable indoor environment.

The Londoner, Leicester Square Hotel: A Showcase of Woven Metal Mesh Mastery
This stunning hotel is situated in the heart of the West End, and with amenities that spread over 16 floors, this Edwardian project was exciting to be a part of.

Working alongside EE Smith Contractors, Amron Architectural were asked to specify a suitable mesh for the room dividers in the dining area. Our Stainless Steel Banker Wire PFZ-53 was chosen, which complemented the overall design.

If you’re currently seeking metal mesh for a project, get in touch and we can advise you on the right choice for your space.