Commissioned for a large-scale event in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, Edoardo Tresoldi in collaboration with Design Lab Experience have constructed a vast indoor “piazza” of architectural fragments. Accommodating a 7000sqm event space, each “Classical” element is built entirely from wire mesh and comprises domes, arches, colonnades, columns, and imitations of sacred spaces (namely Italian basilicas). Together they create a translucent and ephemeral sequence of indoor rooms – all layered by a strikingly contemporary aesthetic.To get more news about architectural woven mesh, you can visit boegger.net official website.
Based in Rome, Edoardo Tresoldi is an artist whose practice focuses on spatial interventions, scenography, and sculpture. A large proportion of his works are built using wire mesh – from figurative shapes to architectural space.
Part of Mukwonago, Wis.–based Banker Wire’s collection of architectural woven wire mesh, the S-55 weave is a fine-scale panel made of tightly woven, oval-shaped crimps. For use in interior and exterior applications, including railings, screen walls, and room dividers, the S-55 offers near-opacity, making it suitable for semi-private spaces. The 0.1″-thick S-55 panels are available in a variety of metals and secondary finishes.