Via retaildesignblog.net
Designers and manufacturers: KriskaDECOR, Banker Wire, Cascade Coil
Photo of chain curtains: David Bohmann via retaildesignblog.net

Using unexpected materials in interior design delivers part of the drama and character that every space needs. Hanging chains and woven wire mesh are only a few materials that have crossed from industrial fields into interior decorating. Here are a few examples of spaces where such elements not only make an aesthetic statement, but sometimes improve on the functionality of a space.

The Winderkammer-Drinking & Dining restaurant is the centerpiece of the Marriott Renaissance Hotel in Vienna. Decorative curtains made of hanging aluminum chains, and designed and manufactured by KriskaDECOR, create focal points in several areas of the restaurant. The same curtains are present in the hotel lobby.

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                                                   Photo: David Bohmann via retaildesignblog.net

Through a special anodizing process (for which aluminum is the perfect contender), the color becomes part of the metal chain, which makes the color weather-resistant and suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications. The visual effect is spectacular, giving off a sense of depth and fluidity. The KriskaDECOR curtains are lightweight and easy to clean, and customizing is possible and encouraged.

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                                             Photo: David Bohmann via retaildesignblog.net

Banker Wire is the world’s leading manufacturer of woven wire mesh for industrial and architectural applications. While its collection of patterns is immense, the company is open to creating even more unique alternatives, according to the specific demand of its customers.

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Designed by James Biber (Biber Architects) and Michael Bierut (Pentagram Design), the wire mesh sign at the Harley Davidson Museum gift shop in Milwaukee consists of several layers of lock-crimp mesh that create a three-dimensional sign. The visual effect changes from different distances and angles. The lock crimp wire mesh has an excellent dimensional stability that allows for predictable results.

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                                                 Photo: Banker Wire

Cascade Coil created the GuardianCoil wire fabric starting from a very clear perceived functional need – to offer protection from flying glass, a lethal effect of incidents such as bomb blasts. The range of possible applications goes from simple space dividers with artistic qualities to the construction of wheels for space exploration rovers.

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In interior design, it is an excellent choice as a window treatment, due to its sunlight and heat-absorbing qualities. GuardianCoil’s versatility allows for unexpected decorative and functional uses, for which the company molds the product into custom-made configurations made of various weaves and completed with endless finish options.

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                                             Photo: frameweb.com

Please take a look at our Before and After images of selected projects from 2015 HERE.

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