Airflow and efficiency
Loma Linda University Medical Centre, San Bernardino, CA, USA
Application Carpark Facade
System Benefits Solar Shading, beautification
Installation Weiss Sheet Metal Company
Colour Steel and custom White
Built for hospital patients and visitors as part of the extensive campus project, the brief for this car park called for a visually captivating design with material efficiencies. San Bernardino’s hot, dry summers meant airflow was a critical requirement. With a fast install time and simple fixing details Kaynemaile-Armour exceeded the project requirements—providing enhanced air flow through beautiful louver-like strips.
Beautiful and dynamic aesthetics
Kaynemaile architectural facade mesh is a stunning addition to your building and can be tensioned or left to move or shimmer in the breeze.
Kaynemaile-Armour™ gives you the ability to control the level of light entering
your building. This can be as little as 25% right up to 75% light penetration.
Unlimited sheet size
We can make any height or width with no joins or distracting gaps.
Our mesh goes up fast, cutting down the install time dramatically and saving costs. Our systems are simple and our light weight means we don’t need the same level of fixings as metal products. This means our installed rate is more cost effective than other metal products or glass panels.
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