Project Details

ApplicationsSpace Dividers & DisplaysLocationLondon, United Kingdom

The Hansom

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The Hansom, located within the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London, is considered the “ultimate destination bar” in King’s Cross. It once provided the cobbled driveway of the original King’s Cross rail station, but now is a place to have small gatherings with friends and colleagues, or host a large-scale wedding.

Inside of The Hansom, the bar and a dividing ‘green wall’ use Banker Wire’s LPZ-71 in brass. The color of the brass blends well with the surrounding brickwork of the St. Pancras walls and evokes a sense of modern design in the historical building. While LPZ-71 has a lower percent open area and works well as a space divider, it still allows light transmission to keep the open feeling of the space while providing a sense of separation.

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.

Banker Wire's LPZ-71 architectural wire mesh is used in brass as part of The Hansom's bar.LPZ-71 is a fine woven architectural wire mesh with a low percent open area.LPZ-71 allows for separation but also light transmission to see through the mesh.LPZ-71 is a fine woven architectural wire mesh with a low percent open area.