Metal decorative mesh acts as museum facades

Metal Decorative Mesh Helps Creating Museums with Modern Senses

With the development of leisure society, urban dwellers have gradually entered the stage of pursuing the quality of life, and their daily life style and contents tend to leisure and recreation.

As the original cultural and entertainment venue, museums not only enrich citizen's daily life, but also solve the contradiction between leisure demand and supply.

Metal decorative mesh has gradually become a "star product" among numerous museum decoration materials. It breaks the tedious feeling of traditional museums and changes the one-size-fits-all decorative effect. Its flexible design lends more sense of modern to museums. Its versatile functionality also makes it become one of the favorite decorative elements among designers.

Metal decorative mesh is one of the most unique architectural materials on the market, and brings many benefits to the field of architectural design. When designing stairs and balustrades, wood balustrades are the most common and popular solution as it delivers an ambiance of elegance and grace. However, these balustrades are often vulnerable to damage and susceptible to moisture, forming molds or rot damages. In comparison, the metal decorative mesh surface is generally galvanized or powered coated, which makes it is not easy to rust. Furthermore, its metal property makes it have a higher strength than that of the wooden balustrades.

Metal decorative mesh works as stair balustrades.

Metal decorative mesh often acts as partitions to divide the museum into several exhibition halls. Its transparency allows these sections connecting to each other to provide a flexible design and moldability. In addition, its metal texture adds more sense of modern to museums. Compared with wood, textile and concrete partitions, metal decorative mesh partitions also allow the air flowing freely within the space while maintaining the day lighting.

Metal decorative mesh acts as museum partitions.

Metal decorative mesh often acts the museum facades. Under the sunlight during the day, it refracts the sunlight into different colors while different ways of weaving embodying the strong modern sense of metal decorative mesh. Moreover, it has a higher use value over cement, tile, wood and other decorative materials due to its exceptional durability and not easy to fall off features. In addition, its metal properties enable the metal decorative mesh to absorb most of the solar energy and reduce thermal conductive heat from entering the interior of the building, thus realizing the purpose of energy saving and emission reduction.

Metal decorative mesh functions as museum facades.

Metal decorative mesh perfectly solves the problem of bright lights, when the light shines on the metal decorative mesh ceilings, it reflects the light and makes it softer, creating a warm ambiance. Moreover, its mesh structure makes it a perfect choice for ventilation systems and its rigidity and durability makes it a great choice for concealing pipelines passing through the ceiling. Its metal property makes the metal decorative mesh nonflammable and comply with the fire code, thereby reducing the risk of fire.

Metal decorative mesh serves as museum ceilings.
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