Kaynemaile wins at NYCxDesign Awards

Architecture Now feature

Extract: New Zealand company Kaynemaile has won Best Architectural Product at the NYCxDesign Awards, announced 20 May.

Kayne Horsham, inventor of Kaynemaile – an innovative polycarbonate architectural mesh for building exteriors and interiors – accepted the award at New York’s Museum of Modern Art.

Kaynemaile is currently exhibiting in the centre of New York’s Times Square with a 4.25 metre high, 40 square metre walk-though “touch and see” installation called #WaveNewYork.

The one million interlocking rings forming the installation were created using Kaynemaile’s liquid state manufacturing process at its Petone, Wellington design studio and factory.

#WaveNewYork has been designed by Kayne Horsham and American artist and MacArthur fellow Ned Kahn, who are also currently working on a dramatic art installation, to be unveiled this summer in New York.

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Architecture Now: Kaynemaile wins at NYCxDesign Awards