Creative and collaborative displays
Samsung Flagship Showroom, Seoul, Korea
Application Custom display pods
System benefits Sculptural, lighting
Design Andrew Yang of Cheil Worldwide
Colour Azure Blue
When approached by Samsung Korea with design concepts Kaynemaile developed mesh systems for the unique display pods at Samsung’s head office. Kaynemaile’s in-house team designed and fabricated our components to ensure they were easily integrated with lighting and display elements, delivering a stunning result for Samsung.
Responsive to lighting effects
Our mesh gives approximately 80% airflow through the cross sectional open area. This means air compliant movement can be maintained in interior spaces and exterior screens.
Kaynemaile’s polycarbonate seamless mesh is made from the highest performing thermoplastic. It is extremely robust and impact resistant. Thermally stable from -40°C to 120°C.
Our mesh is made from recyclable polycarbonate. We make to order and our unique manufacturing process means there is no waste. Kaynemaile mesh has only 1/8th of the embodied energy compared to metal mesh.
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