Interior mesh up: Wire mesh interior design
The industrial style revolution has transformed wire mesh from a functional practical product into a stylish interior feature. Designers of modern commercial, residential and retail spaces love the effects of wire mesh and its sheer versatility. Whether it is used as a room divider, staircase balustrade or to cast new light on interior ambience, wire mesh interior design ideas are endless.
And when combined with warmer, natural features like wood, wire mesh really shows its metal. Designers are even stepping outside the box and using wire mesh as an exterior focal feature.
Here are some of our favourite examples of wire mesh interior design and exterior uses. If these inspire you, we have ready-made woven wire mesh profiles in stock, in 304 and 316 stainless steel and brass, for immediate dispatch.
Wire mesh interior design – Commercial, restaurant, retail, exhibition, offices
This upmarket restaurant facade has the perfect wrap up of wire mesh and rock. Created by Ukraine-based YOD Design, the minimalist style enhances the natural beauty of the restaurant’s surrounding forest and continues throughout the interior.
Images source from YOD Design
The Tartinery Nolita restaurant in New York uses wire mesh panels to create its industrial décor, a modern yet sophisticated style for this bistro. The unique interior was designed by SOMA Architects.
Set within an old East End electrical substation in London, Mark Hix’s Tramshed may be famous for its ‘cow and chicken’ installation by artist Damian Hirst, but we love its subtle wire mesh interior design accents. Designed by Waugh Thistleton Architects, the interior is designed in response to building’s heritage features.
Image sourced from Mark Hix’s Tramshed
Brazilian architecture firm Artelier Marko Brajovic created this beautiful wire mesh exhibition for The Long Journey photography exhibition in Sao Paulo, which tells the story of the Palestine refugee crisis.
Image sourced from Artelier Marko Brajovic
Wire mesh creates a clean urban feel at the new Camper store in the Shin-Marunouchi building in Tokyo. Designed by Schemata Architects, the stockroom is encased in steel mesh to highlight staff movements and create a sense of depth, whilst display tables also feature wire mesh to continue the theme.
Image sourced from Schemata Architects
Here’s a meeting space with a difference! BuzziJungle is the work of young Belgian talent Jonas Van Put. Created for Buzzi.Space, it’s a social office of the future for career climbers.
Image sourced from Buzzi.Space
Wire mesh interior design – Residential and domestic
Architecture MU installed this wire mesh staircase at The Nook residence in Quebec, Canada. It acts as a safety barrier whilst maintaining the serenity and open space of the development. It’s the perfect pairing of wood and metal – warm and cold.
Image sourced from Architecture MU
Kenji Fukushima Design uses an ancient kanaami technique to create these incredible copper wire mesh lights, which cast beautiful patterns throughout the interior.
Image sourced from Kenji Fukushima Design
Rimatrus Architects used wire mesh for the balustrade of this residential loft in Trakai, Lithuania. Industrial design accents helped to create ‘a cosy, artistic and romantic atmosphere.’
Image sourced from Rimatrus Architects
Inspirational wire mesh interior design ideas and expertise
For more wire mesh interior design ideas, explore more of our favourite inspirational interior uses of metal including wire mesh and perforated metal.
To order from our large in-stock range of woven wire mesh, speak to our team on (02) 9748 2200 or send us a product enquiry. Not sure which wire mesh to use? Check out our tips on how to choose the right wire mesh for your project.Posted: September 4, 2017