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Turtle Bay Restaurant ceiling infill

Turtle Bay Restaurant, Winchester

Turtle Bay Restaurant, Winchester


Turtle Bay Restaurant ceiling infill
Turtle Bay Restaurant ceiling infill
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Soho XL expanded Aluminium mesh, powder coated gold and used as a ceiling grid infill at Turtle Bay Restaurant in Winchester.

Credit to Concept Display Systems Ltd for the pictures and installation of this mesh.

 

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Bar grille at the Megaro Hotel, Kings Cross

Megaro Hotel, Kings Cross, London

Megaro Hotel, Kings Cross, London


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Locker Architectural Brocklebank 20/5 supplied in natural finish aluminium, used to form an illuminated backdrop in this quirky cocktail bar.

Thanks to The Megaro Hotel for supplying us with the great pictures.


 

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Primark Monks Cross

Primark, Monk's Cross Shopping Park, York


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161 bespoke 6.3 metre long extruded aluminium fins were designed and fabricated by Locker to specification for Marshall Building Contractors to complete a striking decorative façade at Primark in York.

The fins were anodised brushed finished in silver ready for installation by the Locker team at the popular Monks Cross Shopping Park.

Architect:Urban Edge

 

Mesh used in this project

Extruded Aluminium

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Millennium Bridges

Millennium Bridges, Maidstone


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Gladstone PC 100/10 architectural mesh installed as bridge balustrading in Maidstone.

Two bridges were designed to cross the River Medway in Maidstone. The award winning designs by architect Cezari M Bednarski

KENT MESSENGER MILLENIUM BRIDGE, KENT

This is the world’s first ‘cranked’ stress ribbon bridge. The deck of this bridge consists of two concrete catenaries that were designed with a dogleg alignment with the angle between them at 25 degrees. The overall length of the bridge is 101.50 m ( river span 49.5 m + side span 37.5 m ). It appears to be the only UK concrete Millennium Bridge and the only one that was not a subject of design competition. The project was commenced in 1998 and completed in 2001. Among all the UK Millennium bridges it had the lowest cost of £2880 ( US$ 4420 ) per m2 of deck, including additional costs related to extreme flood conditions. Cezary M Bednarski’s practice acted as the lead consultant subcontracting structural engineering to Strasky Husty and Partners, with Flint & Neill as the checking engineers. Winner of a 2002 Royal Institute of British Architects Award, the American Institute of Architects / UK, London Chapter, Design Excellence Awards 2003 Commendation, and 2002 fib ( FÉDÉRATION INTERNATIONALE DU BÉTON ) Awards for Outstanding Concrete Structures Nomination.

BLUE MILLENNIUM BEAM BRIDGE MAIDSTONE, KENT

One of two bridges linking an existing river walk with a river and rail locked new park. The design represents an attempt at reintroducing a simple beam as an artistically exciting option in light of the escalating costs of pedestrian bridges reported in the UK. Thanks to its unconventional design this 75 m long bridge has a very slender appearance, which is enhanced by the bold use of colour. Looking as if rested on the tips of four slender fingers, the bridge is carried by two delicate V shaped piers. Circular openings on the underside facilitate deck inspection access, while also saving material and introducing a visual relief to the underside. Two new Maidstone Millennium Park bridges, both designed by Studio Bednarski, form a part of a £7.8 million Millennium project, which was 50% funded by the Millennium Commission. The construction stage photographs were taken in October 2000 during serious flood conditions on the river Medway. Winner of a 2002 STRUCTURAL STEEL DESIGN AWARDS Certificate of Merit for high standard of design.

 

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Green Park Plot 6

Green Park Plot 6, Reading


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Eiffel 40 spiral mesh installed as sun screening at plot 6, Green Park, Reading.

The unique Eiffel 40 pattern utilises flat wire spirals providing excellent solar screening properties. The mesh has many different light-reflective facets due to the depth and density of the material, creating a range of interesting aesthetic effects.
 

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Reading International

Reading International, Reading


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Brocklebank 20/5 architectural mesh installed as fire escape staircase screening at Reading International, Reading.
 

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Rabat Zoo

Rabat Zoo, Morocco


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Rope Diamond Ferruled architectural wire mesh used to create an aviary enclosure at Rabat Zoo, Morocco.
 

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New Marlowe Theatre

New Marlowe Theatre


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Brocklebank 15/2 pre-crimped architectural wire mesh installed as façade cladding at the New Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury.

Long rolls of the pre-crimped mesh are tension mounted on to the building, creating a range of effects depending on the lighting conditions. A look of shimmering translucency in direct sunlight contrasts with striking green LED highlights at night.

 

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Granta Park, Cambridge

Granta Park, Cambridge


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Locker Gladstone 80/10 cable mesh installed using a Locker installation technique at Granta Park science, technology and biopharmaceutical park located on the banks of the River Granta in Great Abington near Cambridge.

The mesh is used as screening panels between green wall vertical cladding on a multi-storey car park.

Green wall supplied by, and credit for photos to ANS Global.
 

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University of Glasgow Library

University of Glasgow Library


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Brocklebank Twin architectural pre-crimped decorative mesh installed at Glasgow University library. The pre-crimped mesh is radiused to form a decorative, cylindrical sleeve which conceals columns in the library atrium area.

The design by Nimmo and Partners LLP effectively utilises the flexibility of Brocklebank Twin mesh to create an appealing, open and uncluttered learning environment.

“The new space has been warmly embraced by students and staff.” – Nimmo and Partners LLP

 

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