Reference projects using HAVER Architectural Mesh
As we all know, a picture is worth a thousand words. Therefore, it is best to form your own picture of our diverse wire meshes - and let yourself be inspired by projects that have already been implemented. Each of them contains all the expertise from hundreds of projects and more than 130 years of experience in the production and processing of wire mesh. Always with the aim of achieving the best result for our customers.
In our extensive and well-stocked reference overview, you will find many successfully completed projects using HAVER Architectural Mesh. Convince yourself of the variety of applications and the quality of our wire mesh and let the projects we have already completed show you the high standards of our work.
Médiathèque Les Halles
Sun protection facade with HAVER Architectural Mesh.
The original building of the Médiathèque Les Halles has its origin in the eighteenth century. Due to the danger of collapse of the historic structure, it was decided to tear down the old and to erect a new building. Designed by ESPACE ARCHITECTURE, it consists of huge glazed areas, but also some elements of the historic structure could be obtained and integrated into the new building concept. For example parts of the ancient floor, walls and sections of the outer brickwork are integrated in the architecture.
One part of the modern glass façade received a cladding made of <link _top architectural mesh egla-twin>HAVER Architectural Mesh EGLA-TWIN 4243. Architectural Mesh offers versatile fields of applications, not only due to its aesthetic but also due to its functional characteristics. The metal mesh EGLA-TWIN 4243, in this case used as sunscreen and fall protection, creates because of its smooth surface on one side very flat light reflections by sunlight. With a solar transmission of 40% at an incidence angle of 60° it also offers an effective sun protection. Despite efficient shading, the large sun screen made of wire mesh offers a good visual transparency with a frontal viewing angle from the inside.