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Project Light, Canada Water

Project Light, Canada Water


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Situated atop the flagship Decatholon store, Locker’s Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) at Canada Water, South London provides a centrepiece for the new Project Light residential and retail development. Locker utilised Coburg 12-12-12-12 spiral mesh for the enclosure walls.

Woven from 316 grade stainless steel, the spiral pattern forms an architecturally refined texture to compliment the surrounding surfaces. The spiral mesh was installed under tension to allow a clear vertical span of 7 metres to be achieved.

Locker also provided the Dyneema® ball-stop netting to the roof and inner curtains.

 

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Redcar Vertical Pier

Vertical Pier, Redcar

Vertical Pier, Redcar


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Broadway Expanded Metal and Coburg 12-12-12-12 Architectural Wire Mesh installed at Redcar Vertical Pier as part of a wider seafront regeneration project.

The 80ft tower features 118 gold, silver and purple sheets, made from Broadway expanded metal, to create the effect of three brightly coloured ribbons wrapping around the entire structure.

MARIANItech expanded metal

 

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Oxford Science Park Oxford Sun Screening Coburg 12-12-12-12

Oxford Science Park

Oxford Science Park


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Coburg 12-12-12-12- architectural spiral wound mesh sun-screening at Oxford Science Park.

The screen is designed to allow differing amounts of light to pass through depending on the angle of the source. The mesh therefore filters maximum sunlight when the sun is at its highest, and allows more light flow early in the morning and at sunset. The Coburg pattern was varied for this project as follows: Open Area: 69%, Weight: 7.32 Kg/m2, Thickness: 13mm.

Architect: Ian Ritchie Architects

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Star City Birmingham Cladding - Car Park Coburg 12-12-12-12

Star City Leisure Centre, Birmingham

Star City Leisure Centre, Birmingham


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Coburg 12-12-12-12 architectural mesh installed as car park cladding at Star City Leisure Centre, Birmingham.

The specification used for this project was:

Open Area: 69%
Weight: 6.88Kg/m2
Thickness: 13mm.
Architect: Reid Architecture

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