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Seven Sisters, Highbury Substation

Highbury Substation, Islington, London


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Chelsea Expanded Metal security screens at Highbury Substation, Seven Sisters, London.

The 3D rhomboid form of the expanded metal mesh screening was designed to match the etched-concrete sculptural wall on which it is fixed.

The brief was to continue the bold theme whilst not blocking light to the adjacent dwellings.

Chelsea expanded metal mesh was chosen as it can appear both transparent and opaque simultaneously, depending on the viewer’s perspective.

The Locker-designed framework was powder-coated bronze to complement the vernacular brickwork.

 

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46-47 Berth Cruise Terminal, Southampton

46-47 Berth Cruise Terminal, Southampton


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St David architectural mesh security screening at Berth Cruise Terminal, Southampton.

The pre-galvanised mesh provides a secure knife-proof barrier to enclose port luggage scanning equipment. The wide aperture, herringbone weave of the mesh is strong but also semi-transparent, to provide a high level of visibility to security staff and cameras outside the barrier.

 

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Antrim Golf Club, Northern Ireland

Antrim Golf Club, Northern Ireland


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Gladstone PC 100/10 architectural pre-crimped mesh installed as decorative security screening at Antrim Golf Club, Northern Ireland.

As part of a clubhouse extension project, a covered walkway was built to facilitate movement between two buildings. The Gladstone PC mesh was specified for its combination of visual appeal and practical strength.

 

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Princesshay Car Park Exeter Security Screens Gladstone PC 100/10

Princesshay Shopping Centre Car Park, Exeter

Princesshay Shopping Centre Car Park, Exeter


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Gladstone 100/10 architectural cable mesh and Gladstone PC 100/10 pre-crimped mesh installed as façade cladding at The Princesshay Shopping Centre Car Park in Exeter.

The Gladstone cable mesh is installed as an outer layer of façade cladding, over the pre-crimped mesh behind, creating a visual moiré effect. The internal layer of pre-crimped Gladstone mesh provides strong and effective security screening between the concrete car park levels.

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High Holborn Cycle Hub, London


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ImagePerf mesh is used to create a secure and striking bespoke cycle storage enclosure for the use of tenants within a privately owned underground car park facility in the prestigious High Holborn area of central London.

The bicycle and chevron shapes are created using holes of varying diameter on a triangular pitch. 3mm thick natural finish aluminium sheets are fixed to extrusion posts provided by Locker Architectural who also supplied an automated sliding door screen with key fob access.

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