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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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Cambridge Architectural Introduces Pre-Stocked, High-Volume Elevator Cladding Patterns

Oct 01, 2014

Industry pioneer in applying metal mesh to elevator interiors continues to secure high-profile projects Cambridge, Maryland, Oct. 1, 2014 – With an improved economy and construction and renovation projects on the rise, Cambridge Architectural announced today it is introducing a volume stock program for certain woven metal mesh patterns used primarily for elevator cab cladding.  By maintaining an...

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Marketers Collaborate with Architects and Artists to Brand Schools, Businesses and Destinations with Cambridge Architectural Mesh

Sep 15, 2014

Elegant, etched metal mesh patterns create signature branding platforms for exteriors and interiors Cambridge, MD, Sept. 15, 2014 – From skylines, campuses and storefronts to interior lobbies and sales floors, marketers are increasingly working with architecture firms and designers to create unique branding opportunities in new construction projects and renovations.  Cambridge Architectural has...

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Cambridge Architectural Introduces Build-A-Pattern™ Concept at Facades+ Chicago

Jul 08, 2014

New offering allows architects to mix mesh patterns thatproduce varying aesthetic and shade characteristics Cambridge, MD, July 8, 2014 – Capitalizing on an emerging design trend, Cambridge Architectural will introduce Build-A-Pattern™ woven wire mesh products that architects can configure to create customized patterns. The company will offer Build-A-Pattern™ beginning in Q4 2014, and the...

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The Magic of Mesh

Jul 03, 2014

By Lynn Stanley of Firm’s metal mesh systems fuse function with beauty June 2014 - Persian carpet makers combined complex weaving methods with silk and wool to handcraft rugs prized for both their artistry and utilitarian uses. Similarly, Cambridge Architectural’s artisans weave metal mesh strands into intricate patterns from recyclable materials like stainless, bronze, aluminum...

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Architectural Mesh Transforms Exterior Parking Facades in Projects from Manitoba to Mississippi

May 12, 2014

Cambridge Architectural Sees Growth in Parking Structure Business Cambridge, MD, May 12, 2014 -- Parking structures -- once considered the “ugly ducklings” of building design -- are now rising to become visually appealing additions to city and campus skylines as architects use metal mesh to transform and illuminate their exterior facades and create a canvas for corporate branding, lighting design...

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Cambridge Architectural Debuts Stainless Steel Mesh Patterns at Facades NYC Conference with New NYC Rep Artexture+

Apr 22, 2014

Cambridge, MD, April 21, 2014 – Cambridge Architectural, the world’s largest full-service provider of sustainable architectural mesh systems for building applications, will showcase several new stainless steel mesh patterns and design elements ideal for large building facades at the upcoming Facades NYC conference. Company sales executives will be joined by Warren and Greg Cirulnick of Artexture...

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