Project Details

DesignerHudson DesignArchitectWard-Young Architecture & PlanningFabricatorWire ElementsPhotographyJason DarnealApplicationsLocationTruckee, CA, US

Martis Camp

Three different woven wire mesh patterns were used throughout this beautiful Truckee. California mountain home. The simple yet elegant M22-8 twin wire intercrimp mesh pattern is welded to a 1.5" flat bar frame and makes up the homes main staircase railing going up to the second floor.

The high percent open area of this wire mesh maintains the open concept feel of this well lit space. P-286 is a smaller scale square plain crimp wire mesh pattern that contrasts beautifuly with the painted kitchen cabinets and stained locker cabinets. Lastly, maximizing clear opening without sacrificing strength, the big L-70 (4" Mesh .375" Lockcrimp) mesh pattern is a mainstay in the western mountain states as exterior deck railing mesh infill panel material.

About Banker Wire
Banker Wire is the world's leading woven and welded wire mesh manufacturer for architectural and industrial applications. From intricate design highlights in architectural environments to large-scale industrial applications, the company's scalable operations ensure every mesh job is precisely manufactured according to the specifications of each order. Durable, sustainable, and available in thousands of patterns, wire mesh is the ideal medium to satisfy any project regardless of its function or aesthetic. Founded in 1896, Banker Wire's state-of-the-art facility in Mukwonago, Wisconsin, employs proprietary equipment and processes refined for over a century, bringing unmatched customization, variety, quality, and service to customers globally.

M22-8 architectural woven wire mesh infill on this staircase maintains the uninterrupted sight lines in this home.P-286 contrasts with the painted kitchen cabinets and stained locker cabinets.P-286 contrasts with the painted kitchen cabinets and stained locker cabinets.