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ApplicationsLocationBoulder, CO, US

Twitter, Boulder Offices

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The TW-1 wall cladding located near the elevators features a laser-cutout of the iconic Twitter logo.

In late 2016, the Boulder, Colorado Twitter office move locations to a 30,000 square foot open-concept space. The design of the offices utilized Banker Wire’s TW-1 woven wire mesh pattern as part of ceilings, signage, and cladding. TW-1 is a twill-style woven wire mesh pattern that due to its densely packed wires, has a low percent open area. Taking full advantage of the uniqueness of TW-1, panels were cut into a variety of shapes to use a decorative ceiling elements that conceal wires and soften lighting.

One of the most intriguing elements of the design is the wall cladding and signage used. Banker Wire was able to flawlessly cut out the social media giant’s iconic bird logo exactly to specification with the in-house laser table. The cut out was then used on the front of the main lobby’s desk. All panels of TW-1 were manufactured in plain steel with a Banker Wire fabricated edge. A Secondary Finish powder coat was applied.

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.

TW-1 woven wire mesh is a stunning addition to the ceilings of Twitter's Boulder office.The Twitter logo was expertly cut from this panel of TW-1 woven wire mesh by Banker Wire.