165 Fleet Street

With the architect’s vision clearly in mind, the SZ-4 wire mesh pattern was chosen for its unique copper and stainless steel configuration.

Products Used

Material: 
  • 11 - Stainless Steel and Copper Wire Mesh
Application: 
  • Cladding
Building Type: 
  • Commercial, Corporate, Office
SZ-4 - Architectural Woven Wire Mesh
London, United Kingdom
Project Details:

165 Fleet Street

Resonate Interior Architecture was challenged by Aberdeen Asset Management to redesign and renovate the building entrance of 165 Fleet Street. The original entrance was outdated, dark, and appeared uninviting on the busy and iconic Fleet Street. The goal of the redesign was to create a warm and welcoming environment that was modern and would suit the many different tenants of the building.

Amron Associates, Banker Wire’s UK representative, worked directly with Resonate to pick the most suitable woven wire mesh pattern for wall cladding in the reception area. With the architect’s vision clearly in mind, the SZ-4 wire mesh pattern was chosen for its unique copper and stainless steel configuration. Raven Project Metals mounted the copper and stainless steel SZ-4 to the wall by trapping it behind a sheet of glass and a custom manufactured frame.

The SZ-4 wire mesh pattern in copper and stainless steel perfectly complements the warmth of the renovated entrance. It sparkles behind the glass much like the other copper and bronze elements in the reception do. The delicate appearance of the wire mesh lends a subtle detail to the space.

With the architect’s vision clearly in mind, the SZ-4 wire mesh pattern was chosen for its unique copper and stainless steel configuration.
Additional Images: 
The delicate appearance of the SZ-4 wire mesh lends a subtle detail to the space.
The copper and stainless steel SZ-4 was mounted to the wall by trapping it behind a sheet of glass and a custom manufactured frame.
The SZ-4 wire mesh pattern in copper and stainless steel perfectly complements the warmth of the renovated entrance.

Project Team

Project Architect: 
Resonate Interior Architecture
Project Fabricator: 
Raven Project Metals
Project Photographer: 
Philip Vile