Renovating Restaurants With Wall Panels, Shelving and Ceiling Tiles in Sweden

Beirut Café | Stockholm, Sweden

November 23, 2022

Banker Wire M22-83 Brass wire mesh installed as ceiling tile and cabinet screen, TXZ-3 Braided Brass wire mesh installed as wall décor for Beirut Café in Stockholm Sweden

Within the historic and newly renovated Östermalms Saluhall marketplace in Stockholm, the new restaurant Beirut Café includes specially manufactured metal mesh for its vibrant interior. Banker Wire M22-83 in braided solid brass enhances the look by being used in dividing screens, shelving and counters and in ceiling tiles and panels. The Banker Wire TXZ-3 is an antique brass-plated metal mesh designed like towers to enhance the atmosphere around the room. The metal mesh paired by the architects brings a clean yet warm feel to the interior design. The antique-plated metal meshes are both polished by hand to make the bright alloy sweep out into the dark oxide layer, which creates additional depth and a soft feeling in the metal panels.

Banker Wire M22-83 Brass wire mesh installed as ceiling tile and cabinet screen, TXZ-3 Braided Brass wire mesh installed as wall décor for Beirut Café in Stockholm Sweden

The Beirut Café opened its doors in 1999 as the first restaurant to serve Lebanese food in Östermalm, Stockholm, and Scandinavia.
They remodeled and re-opened Beirut Café Restaurant above their deli with a full-scale bar that serves you drinks inspired by the Lebanese kitchen and a carefully selected wine list. The atmosphere is colorful, vibrant and an oasis in Stockholm for an unforgettable Lebanese food experience.

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