Applications

Communication

Metal fabric can play a role in establishing the visual identity of a building or supporting a company’s brand through design features such as graphics, colors and lighting. Additionally, media facades can serve as a large format communication medium.

Etched Graphics

Etched Graphics

Etched metal fabric combines form and function in a unique and artistic alternative to traditional building façades. The etching process transfers graphic elements such as images, branding or logos onto metal fabric. Because the graphics are etched directly into the surface, it is weather-resistant, durable, and fade-resistant.

Mediamesh

Mediamesh

Through digital technology and the power of energy-efficient LEDs, everything from branding, graphics, video, live broadcast and conceptual art can be displayed on large format GKD Mediamesh. Transparent media facades consist of stainless steel mesh with interwoven LED lights. Installed over any building surface where transparency, scale, and long viewing distances are key specification factors, Mediamesh conforms to the structure’s unique shape, transforming it into a dynamic communication medium.

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Care First Resource Center

Miami-based nonprofit Care Resource has a 40-year history of caring for the medically underserved at four...

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Care First Resource Center

Ben Bridge Jewelry Store

Since 1912, Ben Bridge Jeweler has been selling beautiful, high-quality diamonds, natural gemstones and luxury timepieces....

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Ben Bridge Jewelry Store

Hayward Field at University of Oregon

The University, known as TrackTown USA for its longtime dedication to the sport, embraced the opportunity...

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Hayward Field at University of Oregon

Yankee Stadium

Custom GKD Tigris metal fabric was specified for fall guard protection on the balconies and galleries...

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Yankee Stadium

Marie Reed Community Center

With views toward the Washington Monument, the Marie Reed Community Learning Center is a four-story complex...

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Marie Reed Community Center