Wire Mesh Installation Features Architectural Fragments Constructed

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      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 <b>architectural woven mesh</b>, 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.

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