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Market Epito at Budapest Hungary front

Market Építo at Budapest

Market Építo at Budapest


Market Epito at Budapest Hungary front
Market Epito at Budapest Hungary inside

1,630m2 of Eiffel 40 metal mesh clads the offices of the Market Építő construction company located in Budapest, Hungary. The facade not only offers a strikingly attractive finish, it also filters the level of direct sunlight, providing comfort to the staff within.

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Market Epito at Budapest Hungary outside seating area

Until very recently our spiral meshes were only available in natural finish stainless steel material - but thanks to recent technological advances we are beginning to offer aluminium and even copper material, along with powder coated and anodised finishes.

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Market Epito at Budapest Hungary close up edge

Copper is a material that provides excellent resistance to corrosion while at the same time delivering a modern and elegant, yet warm design, in both interior and exterior spaces. With this new finish, designers and planners will be able to create elegant surroundings that blend perfectly into the landscape and urban settings.

As this is a 100% recyclable material, it will help to reduce the environmental impact of their projects. In fact, studies conducted by the European Copper Institute have found that copper is a material that, during its production, handling, use and at the end of its useful life, complies with the European regulatory framework to generate the least impact on the environment and on people’s health.

 

 

Market Epito at Budapest Hungary side upwards angle
Market Epito at Budapest Hungary side

Copper is also resistant to corrosion and has great durability, even in coastal or industrial areas. When installed correctly, it does not require any maintenance or cleaning.

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Photographer: Péter Molnár

Eiffel 40 Architectural mesh is a Codina Architectural product, supplied and distributed in the UK by Locker Architectural.

 

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BBC Home Front in the Garden

BBC Home Front in the Garden


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Turtle Bay Restaurant ceiling infill
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Turtle Bay Restaurant ceiling infill
Turtle Bay Restaurant ceiling infill
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About the Project

BBC Home Front in the Garden commissioned architectural wire mesh to be installed as part of a garden design for their popular TV series featuring Dairmuid Gavin.

A variety of wire mesh patterns were used to create structures within the garden:

  • Distinctive tunnel linking different areas of the garden - Brocklebank 20/5
  • Decorative and protective cages for fruit trees - Gladstone PC 100/10 (floor) and Brocklebank 50/50 (walls)
  • Screening for a Japanese bath house - Serenity 36

 

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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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Templeman Library, Canterbury

Templeman Library, Canterbury

Templeman Library, Canterbury


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Templeman Library panorama
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Templeman Library entrance
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Templeman Library West eleveation with bikes
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Some photos courtesy Jim Higham, University of Kent

About the Project

Brocklebank 15/2 pre-crimped architectural wire mesh installed as sun screening at The Templeman Library in Canterbury.

The windows and façade of the Library's Templeman East building were replaced as part of a major remodelling project to improve appearance, access and facilities.

The Brocklebank mesh was supplied folded and riveted into fabricated frames. These framed mesh panels were then anodised Bronze Anolok 541 giving a 20 year life expectancy. Each panel is hinged for window-cleaning access and was specially designed to be compatible with standard curtain walling systems making this system readily adaptable to similar glazed façades.

Templeman Development Project

Refurbishment Project Display Boards (PDF)

Virtual Tour and Construction Timelapse Video

 

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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

View PDF Project Sheet: Oxford Science Park

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Hornsey High Street London Sun Screening Brocklebank Twin

Hornsey High Street, London

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