The View through the mesh
The use of architectural mesh in public areas is unlimited! For example, GKD's CreativeWEAVE stainless steel mesh has been used in entrance halls, lobbies and even in glass tunnels connecting exhibition halls, thereafter serving as not only sun shading but as protection against vandalism and aesthetic facades.
GKD architectural mesh can be structured to break harmful filter rays making the use of this material a perfect choice for a visual sun protection screen.
Ability to change density within one panel is major a advantage for solar shading in high rise buildings, this makes the solar shading screen not only attractive, but also provides unhindered view out of a room. Further, some meshes give protection against explosions, by stopping flying debris.
A variety of Stainless Steel wire meshes are suitable for solar shading, thus offering a choice of different effects for screening and a reduction of solar glare is achieved up to 60% dependant upon the selected GKD architectural mesh type.
A building can be enhanced by vibrant tones of the wire mesh. Behind the screen, a comfortable interior climate is created, with the mesh appearing quite transparent. What is interesting is when the entire field of vision is filled with mesh it looks almost like a tinted glass when stood away from the edge of facade.