Concordia University - School of Pharmacy

Products Used

Material: 
  • 00 - Stainless Steel Wire Mesh
Application: 
  • Interior Railings and Stairways
Building Type: 
  • Education
M22-22 - Architectural Woven Wire Mesh
MequonWisconsinUnited States
Project Details:

Concordia University - School of Pharmacy

The new School of Pharmacy building at Concordia University Wisconsin campus is located along the beautiful high bluffs overlooking Lake Michigan. Designed by Mayer Helminiak Architects, the school recently received the Architectural Portfolio Award for outstanding design in the post-secondary category from American School & University magazine.

Two large glass enclosed egress stairways feature stainless steel M22-22 woven wire mesh infill panels mounted using glass clips. The openness of the stainless steel wire mesh railing infill panels keeps the space well lit by the outside light coming in.  The interior lighting fills the space and glows against the wire mesh at night.

Additional Images: 
M22-22 woven wire mesh infill panels is mounted using glass clips.
M22-22 woven wire mesh infill panels is mounted using glass clips in this new university building.
The openness of the stainless steel wire mesh railing infill panels keeps the space well lit by the outside light coming in.
M22-22 provides a unique texture to this staircase.

Project Team

Project Architect: 
Mayer Helminiak Architects