Codina Architectural at World of Façades conference in Mumbai

On 21st October, Codina Architectural will attend the World of Façades conference in Mumbai, where experts in architecture and façade engineering
will showcase technological and sustainable innovations as well as discuss challenges in the construction industry with regard to the building envelope.

The event will be held face-to-face, with part of it online on LinkedIn.

The participating architects and façade specialists in this edition include Vaishali Jain Solanki,

Director HSAAV Partner at Hiten Sethi Architects; Shekhar Patki from P.G. Patki Architects; Nithin Hosabettu, Design Director from IMK Architects; Arjun Malik, from Malik Architecture.

During the face-to-face event, attendees will also have access to various networking activities and the exhibitors' lounge where they will have the opportunity to learn about Codina Architectural solutions.

Codina Architectural metal meshes can be used in façades to form uniquely shaped enclosures or to create solar protection or security elements.

The World of Façades event is an initiative run by Zak Exhibitions & Conferences.

Request invitation, here.

ISO 9001:2015

ISO 9001: 2015 Certificate for Codina

Codina Architectural obtains the ISO 9001: 2015 Certificate that guarantees the quality of the design and manufacture of conveyor belts for ovens and architecture.

The evaluation of the Quality Management System has been evaluated by the ABS Quality Evaluations consultancy.

With this, the company achieves and provides added value and a guarantee of quality to our customers.

See ISO 9001: 2015 certificate, here.


Codina Architectural's metal meshes at the next edition of Architect at Work in Barcelona

Codina Architectural will be joining at the next edition of Architect at Work. During this event, they will present the options for painting the metal mesh, as well as the finish options for the copper-manufactured models to those attending. The face-to-face event will be held on 15th and 16th September at the CCIB in Barcelona.

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Codina Architectural's at the next edition of Architect at Work in Oslo

Codina Architectural, together with Artmesh, will be at the next edition of Architect at Work in Oslo. The event will take place on 29th and 30th of September at the Norges Varemesse venue, and the company will present to attendees the EIFFEL 40100 and EIFFEL 20100 stainless steel metal meshes.

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Codina ARchitectural Tektonica 2021

See you at Tektonica in October

Codina Architectural will attend the Tektonica construction fair in Lisbon for the first time, and we will do so together with our partner in the Portuguese capital, Maille Metal.

Attendees will be able to see the EIFFEL 40100 metal meshes in blasted copper finish and in stainless steel painted with the new ""Adapta Untouched Steppes"" system. We will also display the decorative and architectural effect of a curtain designed with the Mies R metal mesh in painted black stainless steel.

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Codina Architectural at Materials and Light in Paris

Codina Architectural's metal mesh will be at the Materials & light fair in France thanks to the involvement of our French partner Maille Metal Design.

At this event, attendees will be able to see the Jacobsen metal panels in-situ, which tend to be used on interior design projects, and they will be able to find out about the new painted finishes used on all models.

The Materials and Light face-to-face event will be held at Le Carreau du Temple, Paris on 13th and 14th September.

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New information brochures: Metal mesh models in copper finishes

Codina Architectural manufactures all its spiral metal mesh models in copper material with three possible finishes: natural, lacquered and shot-blasted. The natural finish tends to age over time, meaning that the colour gets a lot darker in terms of tone.

This type of finish could be used for indoor and outdoor projects.

Download the information brochures about copper finishes from our downloads section.

Codina Architectural Metal Mesh Mies R Brass

MIES R wire mesh, now in brass

Brass, due to its golden colour, is usually used to manufacture decorative elements and accessories for doors and windows. Codina Architectural now manufactures its MIES R metal mesh model in this material.

Formed from an alloy of copper and zinc, brass, if not waxed or lacquered, tends to react to environmental conditions and develops a patina of brown or greenish-grey tones, which some designers value highly. This unique finish, when applied to the MIES R model, with a small size of spiral, produces a versatile metal mesh that can be adapted to any type of project. MIES R can be used as a curtain or separating panel in interior projects.

Along with brass's decorative and flexible properties, it is the most fully and effectively recyclable of all industrial alloys and has the added benefit of being bacteriostatic.

Codina Architectural La Marucal Metal Mesh

"La Maruca de la Castellana" restaurant with metal mesh by Codina Architectural

The La Maruca de la Castellana restaurant is located in a large commercial space that has been renovated by Madrid architecture studio Zooco. In order to perceptively divide the completely open dining room without losing its visual depth, the architects chose to create dividers with the MIES R metal mesh by Codina Architectural.

Codina Architectura La Maruca Metal Mesh

The La Maruca de la Castellana restaurant, specialising in food from the Cantabria region of Spain, is located in a space with an open floor plan on the Paseo de la Castellana avenue in Madrid. Its design has been led by the Zooco architecture studio, which has also worked on the other space that the owners have on Calle Velázquez in the city, opting for a minimalist, almost timeless style.

The 430 m2 restaurant consists of two spacious rooms, a large heated outdoor dining area and a more informal bar area at the entrance. The two resources chosen by the team of architects to build a space with personality are a white perimeter swath of tiles placed at varying heights, and the repetition of a square geometric shape. The tiles are designed to protect the walls of the restaurant and of the bar from being scratched and bumped, and the squares are built with wooden slats to create, for example, shelves or a grid of black and white photos of the bay of Santander on one of the restaurant walls.

One of the challenges that the architects had to face was being able to create differentiated and welcoming environments without losing any of the visual depth throughout the space. Different resources were chosen to do so. While in some areas we can find a railing at a medium height or wooden grids, in other areas they decided to build dividers composed of metal mesh that sometimes go from floor to ceiling, while others are placed on the walls at mid-height. This last feature is applied to differentiate the large rooms from spaces such as the bar, small rooms and private rooms that are even cosier, but without necessarily having to be closed off.

To custom design these metal dividers, Codina Architectural's MIES R metal mesh was used, painted in a graphite colour. The MIES R model, with a small spiral, became an optimal solution as a room divider that lets you see what is on the other side while adding texture to the interior decoration. The chosen colour, in line with other elements of the same tone used in the space, contrasts with the warmth of the wood used for other decorative elements.

Technical sheet:
Project: La Maruca de la Castellana restaurant.
Location: Madrid (Spain).
Architect: Miguel Crespo Picot, Javier Guzmán Benito, Sixto Martín Martínez. ZOOCO ESTUDIO.
Codina Architectural solution: MIES R metal mesh in graphite colour.
Photo: Imagen Subliminal.





How to care of and maintain our metal meshes

With the intention of preserving the aesthetic finishes and the properties of metal mesh, you can now read our maintenance and care tips in our download section.

We have divided the information by the different types of material (copper, stainless steel, and aluminum), because the care specifications vary substantially.

If you need more information, do not hesitate to contact us.

Check here our maintenance tips.