Renaissance Charleston Historic District Hotel

Above the stunning diagonal bookcases are decorative wire mesh panels using Banker Wire’s M44-7 pattern in stainless steel.

Products Used

Material: 
  • 00 - Stainless Steel Wire Mesh
Application: 
  • Cabinetry
Building Type: 
  • Hospitality
M44-7 - Architectural Woven Wire Mesh
CharlestonSouth CarolinaUnited States
Project Details:

Renaissance Charleston Historic District Hotel

Completed in the Fall of 2016, The Renaissance Charleston Historic District Hotel underwent a full renovation. The final result of the renovation gives the hotel a refined and intimate feeling, while still maintaining a sense of southern charm.

Between the two busiest areas of the hotel rests a lounge that has been designed to be a calm and quiet reprieve as well as a pass-through for the lobby and meeting areas. The lounge was inspired by the history of Charleston, using colors and materials that were discovered throughout the city by P3 Design Collective. The sophisticated yet casual feel of the lounge is greater enhanced by the carefully chosen aesthetic elements. Millwork, the fireplace, décor, and art in the room ties everything together.

Above the stunning diagonal bookcases are decorative wire mesh panels using Banker Wire’s M44-7 pattern in stainless steel. The wire mesh conceals pre-existing lateral air vents while still allowing air to pass freely between the vents and room. The designers wanted a material that would integrate well with the new millwork, and woven wire mesh was chosen to complement the dark wood finish. Metal against wood is a timeless accent, drawing out the beauty and warmth of wood with the coolness of stainless steel.

M44-7 is a simple over-under pattern that uses four independent wires sharing the same crimp pocket. Thin, strong, and beautiful, this pattern reflects light so it shimmers off the slight facets to create a stunning visual. There are nearly unlimited design possibilities with the decorative wire mesh pattern M44-7, including multiple alloy choices and Secondary Finishes.

The designers of the Renaissance Charleston Historic Hotel wanted a material that would integrate well with the new millwork, and woven wire mesh was chosen to complement the dark wood finish.
Additional Images: 
Metal against wood is a timeless accent, drawing out the beauty and warmth of wood with the coolness of stainless steel.
The M44-7 decorative wire mesh conceals pre-existing lateral air vents while still allowing air to pass freely between the vents and room.
Thin, strong, and beautiful, M44-7 reflects light so it shimmers off the slight facets to create a stunning visual.

Project Team

Project Architect: 
//3877
Project Designer: 
P3 Design Collective
Project Photographer: 
Joshua Corrigan - Ellis Creek Photography
Other: 
GC: HITT Contracting