Elevations made from architectural meshes and grids can completely transform an existing façade or hide an old and visually unattractive building. With simple and proven assembly solutions, the time needed to put a building into use is shortened. Universality of our products makes them suitable for use in both new and existing investments. Moreover, thanks to the increased resistance to mechanical damage, they are durable and easy to maintain.
Constructed in accordance with an individual project, perforated screens were used as sheathing of the staircase tower. Thanks to a unique design and non-trivial form corresponding to the contemporary art, they are perfectly embedded in the eclectic interiors of Stary Browar. The facility won the title of “the Best Shopping Centre of the World” as part of the ICSC International Design & Development Awards (Phoenix/USA).
The use of 1000 m2 of pressure welded stainless steel grid on the elevation of the building optically increased the volume of the building on the north side of Galeria Echo – one of the largest shopping and entertainment facilities in Poland.
Installation of the elevation components in multi-family buildings. The panels act as guards of the technical infrastructure of buildings. An innovative solution in the form of rounded corners of panels made from pressure welded Radius grid.
An interesting concept behind the application of architectural metal mesh on the elevation as a decorative element. The idea was to give an impression of a golden belt that surrounds the building. A dazzling effect was achieved by using 1260 m² of grid in sections of unique lengths and the width of 800 mm. The project also included the construction of a steel substructure along with the system of pulls. Hofgarten Solingen is a modern Shopping Centre with 29 thousand m2 of retail space at its disposal.
420 m2 of elevation, metal ceilings and curtains made from ASTRO meshes in new teaching buildings of the Catholic University of Lublin, commissioned in 2010. It is the oldest university in Lublin and one of the oldest universities in Poland.
Nine projects based on meshes and grids. Nearly 6,000 m² of architectural meshes. Elevation panels of the sheathing of the Trade Fairs tower are more than 20 meters in length! The project involves the application of Progress architectural meshes in external and internal elevations, suspended ceilings and balustrades alike. Kielce Trade Fairs is a vice-leader of the trade fairs market in Poland, and the third exhibition centre in Central and Eastern Europe, as well as a modern conference centre.