Architect : SMC Alsop
Ceiling Design using DOKAWELL-MONO 3021
This landmark terminus for the 2012 Olympic Games features a "snaking" platform canopy lined with panels of DOKAWELL-MONO 3021.
The distinctive canopy is lined continuously with triangulated panels of DOKAWELL-MONO 3021. The black-painted steel structure remains semi-visible. Every other triangular coffer is backlit behind the mesh, creating an alternating pattern of light and dark facets.
Architect : Sir Norman Foster
Assembly Hall Ceiling Panels made from DOKA-MONO 7021
Equipped with state-of-the-art acoustical mats Haver & Boecker Woven Wire Cloth elements have brilliant sound absorbing features. The functional sound absorbing material is hidden behind the high class stainless steel layer, which provides the ambience with it's own elegant character.
Architect : Elden Minns & Co Ltd
Elements of weave type EGLA-MONO 4251 are used as bird protection mesh at this traditional british market.
The mesh was powder coated black after manufacture.
Architect : E.Hilker, D-Oelde
Weave type EGLA-TWIN 4243 is tensioned onto frames and suspended in the ceiling construction, creating an exciting chessboard design, if the slotted openings are laid at 90 degree angles to each other.