U.S. Naval Academy Jewish Chapel
Annapolis, Maryland | Ceiling Panels
The lofty 47-foot high chapel ceiling is adorned with a metal mesh application mimicking large, billowing sails. Painted and sanded, the mesh’s rigid, open weaves creates a weathered maritime white appearance. The fabric promotes airflow and ventilation while helping to control acoustics and enhance lighting.
"The engineering team at Cambridge Architectural helped achieve our vision. We visited the factory to approve a full-scale mockup of the metal fabric application before it was manufactured, and we worked together to meet the challenges inherent in a project of this scale."
Bonnie K. Johnson, Boggs & Partners Architects
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Boggs & Partners Architects