About GKD and where we are located
In 1925, a group of innovative German engineers created what would later become the most advanced technical weaving mill of metal fabrics for filtration and industrial use. As the company grew, the world’s most functional and visually engaging material architects and designers would ever have the opportunity to specify evolved -- metal fabric. To this day, GKD continues to revolutionize how architectural structures are enhanced aesthetically, augmented functionally and optimized economically.
Our industry expertise and involvement extends to the many associations and groups we serve. GKD-USA is a proud member of the following organizations:
At GKD, we are committed to the environment and good stewardship. Our sustainability efforts our evident in that the stainless steel we use contains post-industrial and post-consumer content; our metal fabrics can be re-used; and metal fabric contributes to LEED points under the Energy and Atmosphere, Material and Resources, Indoor Environmental Quality, Innovation and Design and Site Selection categories.
North American Headquarters
GKD-USA, Inc. maintains a team of technical consultants and leadership at our Maryland headquarters. This team is supported by a nationwide network of professional representative organization. click here
GKD Metal Fabrics is headquartered in Cambridge, Maryland, USA, in an award-winning structure designed by renowned French architect Dominique Perrault and Baltimore-based Ziger/Snead Architects. The building functions as both center of operations and manufacturing facility while showcasing a host of GKD metal fabric innovations.