Perforated metal sheet ideas: Latest Projects
2020 wasn’t the year any of us expected. So to finish this year on a well-deserved positive, here’s a round-up of our top project collaborations over the past 12 months, to give you plenty of perforated metal sheet ideas for 2021.
We’re proud to have supported our customers and contributed to the successful completion of many impressive and stand-out projects during 2020. Our perforated metal and mesh solutions have been used across a wide range of projects, including leisure centre architecture, global sports label branding, for public transport and prestigious city offices.
So here’s our 2020 overview, that showcases our perforated metal and mesh expertise, the types of architecture and design sectors we specialise in and the exceptional customer support you will receive when you partner with us.
Have a look through our project gallery for more inspiration and perforated metal sheet ideas. If you have any questions about patterns, metal options or creating your own custom perforated metal design, just contact our team on (02) 9748 2200 for expert advice.
Sunbury Aquatic Centre: ‘Wave’ pattern perforated metal facade
The perforated metal façade panels we manufactured for Sunbury Aquatic Centre’s new $4m heated pool is one of our favourite projects of 2020 for a couple of reasons. It involved making very large panel sizes of 4000 x 1100mm – we can produce panels up to 5000mm long – and it also shows the versatility of the classic round-hole shape.
Clever perforation placement and the use of different sizes transforms simple holes into a very effective wave design that’s the perfect theme for the pool. If you want to take the plunge with a similar design, this pattern was custom-made and features holes of 60mm, 70mm and 80mm in each panel.
ASICS sportswear new HQ: Perforated metal green wall
ASICS is one of the world’s biggest sports brands so we were very proud to contribute to the successful launch of their new Oceania HQ. We manufactured perforated panels as a mount for the ASICS logo, that double as a green wall at the company’s new 57,000 square metre site at Sydney Business Park.
The aluminium panels feature round hole perforations in a customised design, to make the pattern the ideal base for climbing plants. Each panel was finished in a ‘Windspray’ colour to match the rest of the building. It’s a great result and we look forward to seeing this installation – and ASICS growth across Australia – flourish.
Hazelbrook Train Station: New perforated metal passenger walkway
If you’re catching the train from Hazelbrook, you’ll notice that your daily commute has had a stylish upgrade. We manufactured the perforated metal panels that form the station’s new walkway. The spectacular and intricate pattern on these panels was a challenge to create because of the unique shape variations of the architect’s design.
Our solution involved splitting each panel into two sections to ensure perforation precision, with each panel duo pattern matched and then joined together using invisible clear polycarbonate. The effect is a real visual treat that makes journeys to and from Hazelbrook a joy. Transport is one of our sector specialities – we have considerable experience in meeting the strict budget and timescale requirements of public transport projects.
Nolan’s Transport: Perforated metal logo signage
What better way to make a big impact for your brand than a giant perforated metal logo? We helped Nolan’s Interstate Transport to put itself on the map with brand new signage at its Sydney hub. The huge sign is something you can’t miss at a massive 26 metres wide and four metres high.
Recreating company logos like this in perforated metal is achieved through CAD drawing, for perfect logo replication. We can even finish the panels in your company colours. If you want a sign like this for your firm in 2021, it’s easy to get started – just get in touch with our team and we’ll talk you through the quick and simple process.
100 Mount Street Sydney: Perforated metal balustrade
Fire stairwells are a necessity – so why not make them a feature, too? 100 Mount Street has a fire staircase that’s unlike any other. It’s actually the main staircase of the office building and instead of being hidden away, it’s a stunning focal point of the modern interior.
We manufactured the perforated metal balustrade panels for the staircase, carefully customising panel patterns to achieve the architect’s vision and ensure all safety requirements were met. What we love about this project is how the round pattern and colour of the balustrade is the perfect contrast to the warm wood and glass enclosure.
Perforated metal sheet ideas and expertise: Work with Arrow Metal for your 2021 projects
Want to know more about what we can do for your architecture and design projects? We’d love to help you achieve project success in 2021. Just send us an online enquiry here with an overview of your perforated metal or wire mesh requirements, your ideas and desired results, and we’ll provide expert suggestions and solutions for your budget and lead times.Posted: December 14, 2020