Whether you’re working on a DIY project or something for a client, you may find that a lick of paint would significantly improve the look of your mesh of perforated metal. If you’ve never approached this before, here’s our quick guide to prep, priming and painting.
Since it usually pays to overestimate how much of any given material you will need for a project, it’s rather easy to end up with leftover products. Excess wire mesh and perforated metal products from Meshstore lend themselves to a myriad of creative uses, and here are some of our favourites.
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Project Name: Croydon Aquatic Centre Location: Melbourne Architect: Peddlethorp Architects Application: Facade Specification: Pic Perf Photography: Rob Burnett Download the PDF Click here 1.2 MB Scope The Croydon Leisure & Aquatic Centre is a community based centre designed to offer a multitude of options for health and fitness, while providing an innovative and comfortable environment […]
Project Name: Caxton Roma Pedestrian Link Location: Brisbane, QLD Architect: EDAW Australia Application: Anti-throw screens Specification: Pic Perf Photography: Rob Burnett, Christopher Frederick Jones Download the PDF Click here 1.5 MB Scope The Caxton Roma Pedestrian Link was designed in an effort to funnel pedestrian traffic between Suncorp Stadium and Brisbane’s CBD. The bridge was […]