DI Mesh

DI wire mesh for facades is used as the exterior cladding of structures with several destinations:

Urban business & Residential

Contrary to popular belief, wire cloth for facades is becoming increasingly popular in both residential architecture and the commercial building industry.

Wire mesh serves as a second skin for building facades, with the functions of this external layer being more ornamental and decorative than functional.

In fact, wire mesh is an excellent way to personalize any facade or surface, even large ones, both vertical and horizontal, with a variety of applications and aesthetic outcomes. Discover more about the various sorts of facades.


Facade types and shapes built of wire mesh

Wire mesh is used to cover a variety of façade, including:

Ventilated facades and curtain walls having many shapes, such as:

  • Faces that are planar
  • Facades with curved lines
  • A variety of facades

The wire mesh in the curtain wall produces a continuous light envelope. Its application satisfies all of the standard functions of an external wall, which carries no load other than its own weight and the wind load. Aluminum and stainless steel are the most commonly utilized materials for this purpose.

The ventilated facade is distinctive in both appearance and function. This sort of facade resembles a perimeter wall. Outside, a thermal insulation layer of a specified thickness is placed, followed by an air cavity for natural circulation caused by convective motion caused by the presence of apertures at the base and top of the façade, and an external coating layer.

The latter is enclosed by metal cloth, which does not attach to the curtain wall but is separated to form the cavity.
Aside from the facade's functionality, the wire mesh arrangement can form a plain rectangular or moulded shape, spreading out vertical or horizontal arrangements for flat facades.
Wire mesh can also be used to mimic the sinuous flow of concave and convex curvilinear facades. Finally, the design reveals its three-dimensional representation through the winding or complex growth of many-sided and uneven facades.



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