Minimal Structural Requirements
We hold the architect’s vision as the utmost important factor when integrating an architectural mesh system into a building design. Through partnering with architects and building owners, we have developed proven engineered solutions that minimize the need for bulky and unsightly attachment methods.
Cambridge architectural mesh systems can be mounted to existing building structures with minimal support, due to the fact that they are often installed in tension and capable of extending hundreds of feet in length. Flat panels that are mounted vertically to a building facade require structural support at the top and the bottom of each panel only. Intermediate locations require minimal support and are designed to maintain consistent distance between the metal fabric panels and the face of the building.
Cambridge significantly reduces the need for building protrusions, ultimately allowing more versatile designs to take center stage.