Our #meshspotting campaign showcases the versatile and unique nature of expanded metal mesh. We highlight its many properties and capabilities and reveal where and how it is used all over the world.
Here’s a round-up of the best selection of February’s submissions…
Moxy Hotel, Katowice Airport, Poland
Expanded metal mesh has many uses – including the manufacture of furniture! This table was spotted in the Moxy Hotel at Katowice Airport in Poland.
Starbucks Drive-Thru, Thirsk
Meshspotting in transit! Cafes often use expanded metal in interior features – however, here it has been used on the exterior of the Starbucks Drive-Thru at Thirsk. Thanks to Philip Astley for sending this in.
Maserati Showroom, Dubai
One for the automotive enthusiasts – all the way from Dubai. Expanded metal has been used on the exterior of this Ferrari and Maserati showroom building - showing its flexibility and versatility in architectural design applications. Thanks to Paul Bushnell for providing this image.
Almeria Airport, Spain
Jet blast screens at Almeria Airport, Spain – manufactured from robust expanded metal and conveniently painted in the colours of Almeria, the local football team!
Sir Humphry Davy memorial, Smithson Farm, Lancashire
An eagle-eyed meshspotter spotted this monument to Sir Humphry Davy - inventor of the famous Davy Lamp. Thanks to Jo Lloyd for sending this in.
We’d love you to take part in our #meshspotting campaign by sharing great pictures of expanded metal mesh via e-mailing us on firstname.lastname@example.org or on social media, using #meshspotting. You can send us the images via our accounts on Pinterest, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
The best photos will be shown on our social media channels, website and e-marketing platforms, including our regular e-newsletter.
Every quarter we will be choosing a winner in the following categories:
- Most creative application spotted
- Best photo (composition)
- Furthest away from Hartlepool (our HQ and the original home of expanded metal manufacturing!)