Kaynemaile – it’s where function finds form, and solving problems along the way. Strongmaile Security Systems perfectly marry security requirements with beautiful design – kind of like an attractive security guard, but more reliable and less imposing.
LATEST PROJECT //
Wellington City Council & Kaynemaile Ltd link together to transform Opera House Lane Wellington...
Plans are well under way to transform Opera House Lane, the first in a series of upgrades to revitalise
some of our laneways. Design elements include a light installation and use of a local initiative called Kaynemaile
(a mesh for screening).
Please visit http://www.wellington.govt.nz/news/display-item.php?id=5203to read the full article.
// Metro Bowling Alley Queen Street, Auckland NZ
Spacemaile Tension Screens, used extensively as spatial dividers
Form & function using our Spacemaile Solution
Creating a very modern & functional space
// Galeria Mokotow Shopping Mall in Warsaw, Poland
Preparing the seamless mesh for AWBUD Design & Build who are installing this project now! Big shout out to Adrian and his team at AWBUD Poland.
Kaynemaile customisation team preparing the Pewter seamless mesh for shipment to Poland. Keep an eye out for the completed project – due out early 2013…
Offered on TradeMe is a Lightweight Kaynemaile sleeveless tunic – perfect for every battle, as it is strong and lightweight (click here)
First time available to celebrate the Hobbit movie release.
Lightweight chainmail mesh Invented by: Kayne Horsham, whom was Art Director of Weta Workshop 1997-2001 (LOTR production).
Like no other chainmail, our Kaynemaile has No welded joins or rivets in the rings to break, as the mesh is manufactured by a patented injection moulding process – it is a true seamless mesh innovation inspired out of the NZ film industry.
Colour – pewter metallic
Weight approx.- 1.7kg
100% NZ made
Made from impact resistant polycarbonate Kaynemaile seamless mesh ( KML22)
Ring size 22mm ID, flat profile
Model in photos, is 5ft 11. ( no not 3' 6" ) Pick your size large or medium. Generous sizing will self-tailor to your shape, so don’t worry, Medium fits most shapes.
Learn more about Kaynemaile and its inspiring film related history www.kaynemaile.com
And yes, Kaynemaile did provide KML22 seamless mesh to the Hobbit production… keep an eye out for it!
One aspect of human ecology examines the link between humans and their built environments, so it only makes sense that Kaynemaile Ltd would be involved with the new design for Cornell University’s human ecology campus.
Our sculptural ceiling fixtures have been incorporated to create a harmonious community atmosphere for both students and staff.
Click here to download 6-page article from Cornell University 'An Uncommon Vision', by Ted Boscia.
THE LANES BOWLING LOUNGE // Wellington // New Zealand / Spacemaile Systems
Kaynemaile thinks bowling is the perfect workout for Friday afternoons – six seconds of exercise followed by a laugh or two. We particularly like The Lanes Bowling Lounge in Wellington, designed by BKB architects.
Its use of a mezzanine bowling floor is ingenious and the lighting, custom furniture and swish interior (which also features Kaynemaile products), makes it a design-friendly entertainment experience. Good work BKB!
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Friday staff meetings can now be held in vertical gardens thanks to Kaynemaile’s Spacemaile product range.
Kaynemaile Director Kayne Horsham says Spacemaile’s tension structure and modular components now enable customers to assemble living, green walls right in the office workplace.
“Our product is well designed for this application because living plants require a lot of water around them to keep them healthy and alive. Our material doesn’t corrode or rust and also it remains relatively clean and reflective,” he says.
“Having green walls in the office environment is great. You can create little breakaway areas in open plan offices that don’t restrict the interior flow. We can make green walls flat, staggered or placed around angles. It’s a nice way to soften the environment, yet you can still see through the walls so it is not too intrusive.”
The Kaynemaile product range is made out of seamless polycarbonate mesh, which makes its use in design applications cheaper and more cost-effective than most metal options.
Mr Horsham says his patented seamless polymer mesh material is also environmentally friendly.
“When compared to a metal product of the equivalent weight, Kaynemaile material has only 1/8th of the embodied energy and is completely recyclable,” he says.
Kaynemaile architect Jason Parkin says Kaynemaile’s green wall solutions are not limited to interior applications and that the company is also excited to create living walls for a variety of exterior architectural and design purposes too.
“Because of the inherent structural integrity of the material the weight it can carry is almost unlimited. For example, you could grow green walls with our material that could stretch several stories high without any issues,” Mr Parkins says.
“Our material is incredibly versatile and helps to reduce carbon footprints. It’s strong, affordable and environmentally-friendly. It’s a winning situation all around.”