Modern Artwork, Residence One

Products Used

  • 00 - Stainless Steel Wire Mesh
Secondary Finish: 
  • LIC Finish
  • Artwork, Wall Cladding
Building Type: 
  • Residential
M44-7 - Architectural Woven Wire Mesh , L-175 - Industrial Woven Wire Mesh Lock Crimp
MilwaukeeWisconsinUnited States
Project Details:

Modern Artwork, Residence One

A great example of what happens when the creative process begins to flow. The wire mesh wall art was designed completely by a homeowner that knew exactly what he wanted. Layering the wire mesh brings an interesting textural effect not duplicated by other materials. The bright, 4-wire pattern M44-7 wire mesh in stainless steel at the front mixes with the L-175 LIC colorized stainless steel lock crimp pattern in the back. The LIC process is a unique method of adding perceived colorization to the stainless steel creating a one-of-a-kind effect. The texture and form of the crimped woven wire mesh plays a large role in how the range of colors created through this process are seen.

Both wire mesh panels are held off the wall using barrel standoffs with decorative caps straight through holes cut in the wire mesh.

Additional Images: 
Because of its design flexibility and many customization options, Banker Wire can help homeowners achieve exactly the look they want.
Two types of woven wire mesh interact to create a layered effect.
L-175 in stainless with LIC finish

Project Team

Project Designer: 
Venture Development