The Fred Rogers Center at Saint Vincent College
The Fred Rogers Center at Saint Vincent College was designed by FortyEighty Architecture and constructed by the Massaro Corporation. Acting as a gateway to the campus, this building is awarded LEED GOLD Certification with the USGBC.
The Architects at FortyEighty Architecture wanted an Architectural mesh that would function both as a railing and as a sunscreen for offices below an exterior mezzanine. Banker M13Z-345 Architectural wire mesh was chosen due to its strength and apparent percent open area when the sun is at high angles of incidence. The triple shute weave also offers a unique pattern and texture of long aspect ratio and the heavy "bands" of the triple wire weave.
Banker Wire can scale all mesh to suit it's designed surroundings, adding function and texture to any building. With an unlimited variety of Woven designs available, Banker can work with you to create a custom pattern for your next project.
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