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New Cambridge Architectural Mesh Highlights Handbags and Heels at Jimmy Choo

Feb 17, 2016

Cambridge Architectural is expanding its retail portfolio to include Jimmy Choo. When shoppers walk into one of the luxury brand's retail stores in Europe, North America and the Middle East they’re likely to find pumps, boots, shoulder bags and totes framed within inlaid panels of metal fabric from Cambridge. Cambridge’s Tweed pattern, a tightly woven flexible mesh with alternating brass and...

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Cambridge Architectural Introduces Lanier, a New Metal Mesh Pattern With Varying Options for Open Area

Oct 26, 2015

Pattern Unveiled at New Georgia BioScience Training Center Cambridge, MD, Oct. 26, 2015 -- Expanding on its portfolio of metal mesh patterns that offer architects flexibility in design, Cambridge Architectural has introduced Lanier, a new rigid mesh that provides varying options for open area. The pattern can be used for exterior facades, solar shading and parking garages as well as interior...

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Custom Cambridge Mesh is a Signature Architectural Feature of New Georgia BioScience Training Center

Oct 26, 2015

-- Stainless steel mesh creates distinctive, high tech design for new landmark bio building -- Cambridge, MD, Oct. 26, 2015 - Cambridge Architectural metal mesh is a striking feature in the exterior and interior design of the new $14 million Georgia BioScience Training Center, which opened in September 2015. Operated by Georgia Quick Start, the Center supports research, technology transfer and...

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Newly Opened University Medical Center New Orleans Features Cambridge Architectural Mesh for Aesthetics, Solar Shading and Fall Protection

Aug 26, 2015

Replaces Facilities Damaged by Hurricane Katrina 10 Years Ago this Week Cambridge Architectural mesh plays a significant role in the artful design of the new $1.1 billion University Medical Center New Orleans (UMC), which opened August 2, 2015. Built with federal disaster relief as well as state and private funds, the 2.3 million square-foot facility is one of the largest hospital construction...

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New Public Schools and Libraries Name it With Cambridge Architectural Mesh

Aug 04, 2015

Cambridge, Maryland, August 4, 2015 -- Cambridge Architectural recently completed three custom signage projects at new high schools and libraries in Delaware, Iowa and Maryland where stainless steel mesh was used to create a unique and eye-catching signature for the building. Using blast-etching, sandblasting or powder coating, Cambridge can highlight names, brand marks and logos on durable metal...

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Cambridge Architectural Mesh Brings Beauty and Functional Solutions to the Kennedy Center and Other Performance Halls

Jun 22, 2015

Cambridge, Maryland, June 22, 2015 -- From facades and signage to ceiling systems and infills, Cambridge Architectural’s metal fabric is a decorative and functional choice for architects and interior designers seeking creative solutions for theater and concert hall projects. Among the newest Cambridge projects is the Theater Lab at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington...

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New Cambridge Architectural Mesh Pattern Provides Fall Protection for Stairways, Terraces and Construction Projects Requiring Restraints

Feb 26, 2015

Cambridge Architectural’s Brick rigid metal fabric is a popular choice among architects and contractors seeking an aesthetically pleasing solution for restraint and fall protection. The metal mesh, which replicates the rectangular pattern of a brick wall, was mounted in January at a Frederick, Maryland Hampton Inn to encase a stairway fire escape as part of the hotel’s renovation. At 2030 8th...

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Giant Cambridge Architectural Mesh Sunscreens are the Signature on Cecil College’s New Engineering & Math Facility on the I-95 Corridor

Jan 13, 2015

Nineteen massive stainless steel mesh sunscreens from Maryland-based Cambridge Architectural adorn the façade of the new Cecil College Engineering & Math building in North East, Maryland. The impressive, three-story, 26,683 square-foot structure is a base for STEM education and training to support industry and technology along the I-95 corridor between Baltimore and Philadelphia, which...

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Cambridge Architectural Mesh Accents Terminal A Garage as DFW Marks 40th Year

Nov 12, 2014

Open Mesh Pattern Also Promotes Garage Ventilation Forty years after its celebrated opening, Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) – the world’s third busiest airport – continues to undergo a Terminal Renewal and Improvement Program. One program that is occurring concurrently is the addition of a new Terminal A Enhanced Parking Structure.  The 7,700-space parkade adjacent to Terminal A is...

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Cambridge Architectural Weaves Past With Present in South African Embassy Renovation

Oct 22, 2014

Among the more than 175 diplomatic missions in Washington, D.C., few stand out more than the South African Embassy on Massachusetts Avenue’s Embassy Row.  Marked by its iconic Nelson Mandela statue, the embassy’s twin Dutch Colonial buildings are now joined in the middle by a new glass atrium shaded with a striking Cambridge Architectural wire mesh façade. The atrium is the centerpiece of...

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