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May 08, 2017

Cambridge, Maryland -- Cambridge Architectural has introduced Motion Mesh, a new kinetic metal fabric system that invites architects and designers to incorporate energy and movement into the built environment in a variety of applications including façades, interior cladding, artwork and signage. The kinetic fabric is featured in a signature art installation and welcome sign commissioned for the...

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Cambridge Architectural Metal Mesh Texturizes Houston Metro’s Katy Grand Park & Ride

Mar 22, 2017

Cambridge Architectural Metal Mesh Texturizes Houston Metro’s Katy Grand Park & Ride Colored LED uplighting illuminates stainless steel fabric at night Cambridge, Maryland, March 22, 2017 – Large panels of Cambridge Architectural metal mesh were used to texturize the new $21.1 million Katy Grand Park & Ride, in Katy, Texas.  The massive, 600,000 square-foot-garage opened in February and...

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Cambridge Architectural Brands Miami Norland Senior High With Powder-Coated Viking Logo on Giant Metal Mesh Screen

Feb 22, 2017

When the new $42-million Miami Norland Senior High prepared to open at the beginning of the 2016-2017 academic year, architects and school officials turned to Cambridge Architectural to develop a signature sign to greet students, faculty and visitors. The result was an approximately 1,000-square-foot metal mesh screen powder-coated with Norland’s Viking logo. Formed with four Cambridge Mid-...

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Cambridge Architectural Introduces Tailor and Silk

Jul 05, 2016

Cambridge, MD, July 5, 2016 – Creating new opportunities to use metal mesh for interior design, Cambridge Architectural has introduced Tailor and Silk to its portfolio of patterns. From wall cladding to interior accents such as columns, reception desks and bar bases, the new flexible, closed-weaved patterns offer endless opportunities to dress spaces with an enduring elegance. Hand-crafted by...

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Cambridge Architectural Mesh Creates Massive Façade for One of the World’s First ‘Certified Green Garages’

May 17, 2016

Cambridge, Maryland, May 18, 2016 -- A combination of three stainless steel mesh patterns woven by Cambridge Architectural envelop the exterior facade of the new 700-space parking garage at The Universities at Shady Grove (USG) in Rockville, Maryland.  The $20 million project, completed this spring, is expected to be one of the first parking facilities in the world to achieve Green Garage...

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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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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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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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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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