Metal mesh curtain installed at the University of Baltimore Law School designed by Cambridge Architectural Mesh University of Baltimore Law School and Cambridge Architectural Mesh University of Baltimore Law School and Cambridge Architectural Mesh University of Baltimore Law School and Cambridge Architectural Mesh University of Baltimore Law School and Cambridge Architectural Mesh

Stainless curtain fabric divides space in lieu of ordinary walls

University of Baltimore Law School | Baltimore, Maryland | Space-sculpting Curtain

A visually appealing stainless steel curtain over 30 feet in length is the centerpiece of the law center’s seventh floor lobby. One of two mesh applications in the building, the curtain system has a light, ethereal aesthetic while simultaneously providing strength and durability. The openness of the flexible metal fabric – hung sideways to maximize a draping effect – optimizes light and ventilation. Hardware attaches to the fabric’s concealed hooks and permits it to roll smoothly along a track.

Product Information

> Shade Mesh

41% open area

> Curtain Attachment

Architect

Behnisch Architekten

General Contractor

Whiting-Turner