Codina, exhibitor at the Architect @ Work Berlin 2020 Fair

Codina will be present as an exhibitor at the Architect@Work Berlin 2020 Fair

Codina will participate as an exhibitor at the next Architect@Work Berlin fair, which will be held on October 7 and 8, 2020. Architect @ Work Berlin is an innovative international benchmark fair that exclusively welcomes architects, interior designers, manufacturers and distributors. At the Fair, both innovative techniques and products will be presented to professionals in the construction sector, the exhibition of which will be carried out by exclusive manufacturers and distributors.

Architect @ Work Berlin 2020 is planned as a fair that looks positively towards the future, in which Codina will introduce innovations, new features and new products related to architectural wire meshes. We'll be at the booth number 117, where we'll be really pleased to welcome you.

The Architect @ Work Fairs are characterized by their innovative concept of exhibitors and visitors spaces. With a distribution of spaces different from traditional fairs, we find small modular units in which exhibitors present their new products in a creative and aesthetic way. Relationships between visitors and exhibitors take place in the spaces that surround these small modular units, so that the initial contact takes place directly at the stands. Thus, in Architect @ Work the traditional ones become rest areas: places to relax and talk in a relaxed way about products, applications or services.

Architect @ Work Berlin: all the information

Venue:
Berlin station
Luckenwalder Str. 4-6
10963 Berlin
Dates:
Wednesday, October 7 and Thursday, October 8
Schedule:
Every day from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
All information at berlin.architectatwork.de


Codina at Materials & Light Fair

Codina together with its partner in France Maillemetal design participates as an exhibitor at the Materials & Light Fair

The Materials and Light Fair will be held on September 8 and 9 in Paris and Codina and France Maillemetal design will be present with a stand where we will be pleased to welcome you and show you our latest developments & products for architectural meshes.

Materials & Light is a Fair organized by the magazine d'a jointly with muuuz. It annually gathers around 2,500 visitors including professionals in architecture, urban planning and landscaping, interior designers, decorators and designers. With the aim of presenting new products and materials, the schedule of the Fair includes exhibitions, conferences by renowned experts, thematic guided tours and several workshops to publicize innovative solutions for architecture.

Surrounded by a sculptural scenography and an original mise en scène, two significant events will also take place within the framework of the Fair: on one hand, the 2nd Séquences Bois Trophies will be awarded on Sept 8 and, on the other hand, the 2020 ADC Awards on Sept 9.

Materials & Light: practical information

Dates: Tuesday, September 8 and Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Venue: Le Carreau du Temple - 4 rue Eugène Spuller, 75003 Paris

Hours:

  • Tuesday, September 8, from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
  • Evening with invitation from 7:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, September 9 11.00 to 19.00
  • Evening of the ADC Awards 2020 with invitation from 7.30 pm to 11.00 pm

More information at ml.darchitectures.com


55 Hudson Yards

Codina has been involved in the construction project for the Hudson Yards, a new NY neighborhood located in western Manhattan, with the manufacture and installation of the Paxton wire mesh.
The architectural project developed for the new Hudson Yards area of ​​New York includes new equipment such as a public park, a multidisciplinary artistic center or a shopping center, in addition to six skyscrapers.

The building:

55 Hudson Yards is one of those new skyscrapers. Its construction started in 2015 and was originally scheduled to be completed in 2019.
55 Hudson Yards is a mixed-use skyscraper intended for offices and a 150-room hotel. The ground floor is designed to locate 3,000 square meters of commercial spaces. The building rests on the new 7-line metro extension, making it highly accessible and connected to the rest of the city.

The 55 Hudson Yards is an energy efficient skyscraper, and is expected to achieve LEED Gold certification when completed. It also has destination selection elevators, column-free exterior corners with floor-to-ceiling windows offering unbeatable views of the Hudson River, High Line and New York City, and 3.7m-high ceilings.

The facade:

The facade is inspired by the High Line district, the cast iron facades of the Soho buildings, and the best of early Modernism. Matte metal and staggered articulation of window frames present a strong and solid exterior appearance. These characteristics give it a modern image along with an exclusively New York character. While the building references the solid exterior of the city's classic cast iron buildings, it shares its expansive floor-to-ceiling windows to maximize interior light.

PAXTON architectural wire mesh:

Codina has participated in the construction project for the 55 Hudson Yards skyscraper with the manufacture and installation of 2,605 m2 of PAXTON architectural wire mesh, stainless steel. The fastening technique has been specially tailored for the project.

Project details:

55 Hudson Yards with PAXTON wire mesh
55 Hudson Yards with PAXTON wire mesh

 

55 Hudson Yards a project with PAXTON architectural mesh
55 Hudson Yards, a project with PAXTON architectural mesh

Barber’s Club. Mallorca.

Architectural Wire Meshes by Codina, in the design project of the Barber’s Club in Mallorca.

The project has been developed as if it were a traditional razor. The combination between the softness and the warmth of the velvety facing as a handle in contrast to the millimeter precision and coldness of the Codina metal mesh sheet that covers it delimiting the surface of the premises creates the perfect balance between delicacy and rawness.

During all steps of the design project, fusion and synergy between traditional elements lasting in time with avant-garde materials has been sought, so it becomes possible to offer not only a service, but also an unrepeatable experience for clients.

Barber’s Club is the evolution of a traditional barber shop concept following a lineage of barbers, starting 1929. It's located in Plaça Banc de S’Oli 09, Palma de Mallorca.

Architectural wire mesh models in the Barber’s Club project:

Different models by Codina have been used for this project:

EIFFEL 1550 stainless wire mesh model: 16 m2
MIES stainless wire mesh model: 6 m2
JACOBSEN 1515 stainless wire mesh model: 56 m2

Fastening Technique TF-60
Application: Coating

Architecture and design: Minimal Studio
Architect: J. David M. Jofre
Copyright: Art Sanchez Photography

 

Architectural wire meshes by Codina - Barber's Club
Architectural wire meshes by Codina - Barber's Club
Barber's Club Mallorca: Architectural wire meshes by Codina
Barber's Club Mallorca: Architectural wire meshes by Codina
Barber's Club Mallorca with wire meshes by Codina
Barber's Club Mallorca with wire meshes by Codina
Architectural wire meshes by Codina
Architectural wire meshes by Codina
Architectural wire meshes by Codina in the Barber's Club, Mallorca
Architectural wire meshes by Codina in the Barber's Club, Mallorca
Barber's Club, Mallorca, with architectural wire meshes
Barber's Club, Mallorca, with architectural wire meshes

 


Egemen Construction Central Administration Building

Wire meshes by Codina in the Egemen Construction Central Administration Building, Ankara (Turkey)

Codina has manufactured and installed 45m2 of the architectural wire mesh model Gaudí Q, with matted bronze anodized finish, on the facade of the Egemen Construction Central Administration Building. Egemen Group is a leading company in Turkey that covers sectors such as construction, mining or energy.
The Gaudí Q wire mesh has been installed on the facade of the building. With this installation, the construction looks modernized and revalued.

Wire meshes offer a wide range of design possibilities that combine functionality and aesthetics. They protect from sunlight and they also have a high impact in reducing the energy costs of air conditioning. Architectural wire meshes  and are also an outstanding acoustic insulator.

Project information:

Client: Egemen Group
Project: Egemen Construction Central Administration Building
Architect: Gökhan Aksoy Architects
Architectural wire mesh model: Gaudí Q Aluminum anodized bronze MATE
Area: 45 m2
Application: cladding / facade

Architectural wire mesh model Gaudí Q by Codina
Architectural wire mesh model Gaudí Q by Codina

 

Egemen Construction Central Administration Building - Wire mesh model Gaudi Q by Codina
Egemen Construction Central Administration Building - Wire mesh model Gaudi Q by Codina

Roland Garros, París (France)

Codina has been involved in the Roland-Garros stadium remodeling project, site of the legendary international tennis tournament, with the application of 5000m2 of Eiffel 30100 architectural wire mesh.

In the Roland Garros reconstruction project, the stadium area and the public relations village have been remodeled. The Village's new design has also incorporated the construction of a new administrative building, a stadium key element.

Located halfway between the two central courts, the structure of the building is made up of a set of 6 volumes grouped two by two and located at different heights. The complex is distributed around a central square of 880 m², to which the terraces and windows of the administrative building have direct views.

This architectural distribution reflects the philosophy of coexistence, hospitality and functionality of the old Village. It also provides additional commercial and event spaces. Thus reinforcing its reputation and international appeal.

Architectural Wire Mesh Eiffel 30100

Respecting the traditional quality in the spaces of Roland Garros as well as the same architectural language that mixes the sober volume of the small pavilion, the enameled glass and the stainless steel metal mesh have been applied in the new buildings maintaining architectural and visual coherence.

Codina has actively participated in the project by manufacturing and installing 5000 m2 of Eiffel 30100 metal mesh, a new model that has been specially created for this project.

Project details:

Location: Roland Garros, Paris, France
Application: Coating
Architectural wire mesh model: Eiffel 30100
Fastening technique: TF-30
Surface: 5000m2

Eiffel 30100 architectural wire mesh in Roland Garros
Eiffel 30100 - architectural wire meshes in Roland Garros

 

Architectural wire meshes - Cladding with Codina's Eiffel 30100 model in Roland Garros
Architectural wire meshes - Cladding with Codina's Eiffel 30100 model in Roland Garros

Illovszky Rudolf Stadion – Budapest

The Illovszky Rudolf Stadion was inaugurated on February 12, 1960. It was completely rebuilt in 2019. The demolition works began in 2016 and the objective of its reconstruction was both to increase its capacity and to modernize its facilities. On July 5, 2019 the stadium was reopened with the celebration of the football match Vasas SC vs FC DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda.

Currently, its capacity is 5,054 people. It is named after Rudolf Illovszky, historical coach of the club and player of the Hungarian football team.

Architectural mesh Eiffel 4050:

Codina has been involved in the Illovszky Rudolf Stadion reconstruction project with the application of its architectural mesh model Eiffel 4050. Specifically, 5,000 m2 of wire mesh have been used, with a steel substructure support that protrudes from the façade. The Eiffel 4050 architectural mesh model, applied on the Illovszky Rudolf Stadion in stainless steel with natural finish, perfectly adapts to the geometries projected on the 4 facades of the stadium.

The Eiffel 4050 architectural mesh model is 6.5 kg/m2 weight, 48% open area and 8 m maximum width. It's a stainless steel mesh that suits this particular building geometry: made of highly versatile laminated wire, ideal for covering large spaces and curved shapes without losing the nobility of stainless steel. The stainless steel grade used was AISI 316L strip and wire.

 

Architectural Mesh Eiffel 4050 on the facade of the Illovszky Rudolf Stadion Budapest.
Architectural Mesh Eiffel 4050 on the facade of the Illovszky Rudolf Stadion Budapest.
Illovszky Rudolf Stadion, with architectural mesh model Eiffel 4050 by Codina.
Illovszky Rudolf Stadion, with architectural mesh model Eiffel 4050 by Codina.
Architectural mesh Eiffel 4050 by Codina.
Architectural mesh Eiffel 4050 by Codina.

Architectural Meshes in Reykjavík

Architectural meshes offer wide and versatile possibilities of application due to their functional and aesthetic characteristics. The variety of fabrics and materials and the wide range of special finishes used for their manufacture offer an almost infinite freedom to design original and exclusive projects.

Architects and designers use architectural meshes to achieve a unique aesthetic between functional and decorative design. Wire meshes offer many color tones, transparency or opacity, and their level of flexibility and adaptability completely transforms any structure. They are resistant to corrosion, very durable and don't need high maintenance. They are also environmentally friendly, which makes them a sustainable and ecological architectural element.

Architectural meshes: versatile and multipurpose

Proof of its great versatility is that they can be manufactured with several materials: stainless steel, copper or aluminum and can be painted in any color.

Architectural meshes can be applicated to cover large extensions, since they are available in widths of up to 8,000 and 10,000 mm and almost any length. They are an excellent option in large-scale projects, such as sports stadiums, congress centers, airports or functional buildings. But its adaptability and versatility also allows them to be used for application on smaller surfaces.

Proof of this is this project, where Codina has manufactured and applied 25 m2 of TORROJA R architectural mesh model in stainless steel. The mesh has been applied on the facade of a hotel in Reykjavík downtown, Iceland.

In short, architectural meshes can be applied in any space providing innovation, modernity and elegance in combination with high reliability and durability.

Architectural Mesh Torroja R
Architectural Mesh Torroja R
Reykjavík downtown Hotel with Architectural Meshes by Codina
Reykjavík downtown Hotel with Architectural Meshes by Codina
Architectural Wire Meshes - Codina
Architectural Wire Meshes - Codina

 


Codina will be present at Architect@Work Oslo 2020

Codina will be present at the Architect@Work Oslo 2020 Fair, which in its first edition will be held on March 25 and 26, 2020.

Architect@Work Oslo 2020 is a two-day networking event aimed at architects, as well as national and international architecture providers.

Specifically, the professional profiles on which the fair focuses are architects, designers, shopfitters, engineers, experts in urban planning and development, both private and public or teachers.

The quality and standards of the Architect@Work Oslo 2020 fair are guaranteed by the procedure of prior analysis of the products to be exhibited. In this procedure, a jury of Norwegian architects and interior designers evaluates the products to be presented according to their innovation level as well as the information provided by the exhibitor. Once this process has been passed, and the products have been approved by the jury, they can already be exhibited at the Fair.

Codina will be at the stand 41, where we will pleased to welcome you, presenting its latest products in wire meshes for architecture and other related products.

 

Architect@Work Oslo 2020
Architect@Work Oslo 2020

Architect@Work Oslo 2020: Detailed information

Venue:
Architect@Work Oslo 2020 - X Meeting Point Norway
Kragerudveien 50
NO - 2013 Skjetten
https://goo.gl/maps/9DnQTbqorhUGELPH7

Dates:
Wed march 25, 2020
From 11:00 to 20:00
Thu march 26, 2020
From 11:00 to 17:00

Floor plan: https://portal.kortrijkxpo.com/app85.cshtml?AppCode=VFP&OrgCode=10&EvtID=6260&CC=OS2020LEEG
More information: https://www.architectatwork.no/en/home/


State firefighting school, Bruchsal (Germany)

The Baden-Württemberg State Fire School in Bruchsal (Germany) is a training center for fire department specialists. More than 6,500 people receive training every year in it.
In 2017 the school was completely renovated. With the project, initiated in 2005, the school's facilities were expanded with the construction of four new buildings, a total area of ​​more than 10,000 m².
The construction of the new buildings was planned with the global objective of encouraging and stimulating coexistence, teamwork and collective learning of school students. Each of the new buildings was assigned specific functionality. Activities were centralized in each of them: Workshop / living rooms, Teaching center / offices or Dining room / leisure center.

Architectural mesh Eiffel 40100

Codina got involved in the school renovation project by manufacturing and installing its architectural meshes. The architectural mesh model chosen was Eiffel 40100 and it was used to cover the facade of the projected buildings.

Specifically, a total of 940 m2 of EIFFEL 40100 were installed together with the TF-60 fastening technique. The Eiffel 40100 is an architectural mesh model delicate and elegant, fully adaptable to all types of projects. On this occasion, it was perfectly integrated into a project focused on the concept of modern and open architecture. A global design that, in short, deliberately differs from the traditional architecture associated with schools or universities.

 architectural mesh model Eiffel 40100 - State firefighting school
The architectural mesh model Eiffel 40100 - State firefighting school

 

Bruchsal State firefighting school facade with Architectural Meshes by Codina
Bruchsal State firefighting school facade with Architectural Meshes by Codina
Eiffel 40100 architectural mesh model - State firefighting school, Bruchsal
Eiffel 40100 architectural mesh model - State firefighting school, Bruchsal