In 2018, Celebrity Cruises unveiled a renovated Terminal 25 (T25), its first brand-designed cruise terminal in Port Everglades. At the helm of the renovation was architectural firm...
A 15-foot-tall cougar now greets the students at Salina South when they arrive for the day. Five metal mesh panels were combined to create a 54’ wide façade. Though composed of multiple pieces, the panels were installed tightly together to let the cougar image flow uninterrupted throughout the façade.
Sometimes, the completion of a construction project requires a material that looks modern and aesthetically pleasing but is also sturdy enough to offer lasting support. When you need a material that will stand strong for the long haul, a well-built metal fabric is often the perfect fit for your needs.
Modern interior design has embraced the use of industrial materials such as concrete and steel. While these materials were once covered up with ceiling panels, carpet, or paint, many designers now go out of their way to highlight these materials. Today, you can find concrete floors, metal surfaces, and exposed pipes in hip restaurants, offices, lofts, and countless other spaces. Whether you love or hate the "unfinished" appearance of industrial-chic spaces, this aesthetic is everywhere.