The TF-60 is a simple, economical and easy-to-install fastening system.It consists of a rod inserted inside the spiral, with attachment eyebolts installed along the length of the rod. This allows the panel to be supported from the top, bottom, and any intermediate area. Fastening is accomplished by connecting the eyebolts to a substructure (not included). In addition, the rods and head of the eyebolts can be powder coated in any color, allowing them to be adapted to any style or design. It includes the rods, eyebolts, washers and nuts, all made of AISI 316L.

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The image showcases the contemporary design features of The Green House – Jackson Avenue, New York. It features a building adorned with vibrant green terracotta accents and expansive windows, exuding a fresh and modern vibe. Prominently displayed on the second floor facade is a vertical wall of golden stainless steel mesh, while horizontal bands of the same material adorn the top floor, adding a touch of sophistication to the structure. This architectural mesh, known as Eiffel 40100, not only enhances the building's aesthetics but also provides functional benefits, offering transparency and visual appeal to the facade. Codina Architectural's innovative application of this mesh adds both beauty and practicality to the building's design, seamlessly blending with its surroundings. The integration of Eiffel 40100 mesh contributes to the overall ambiance of modern elegance and timeless style, making The Green House a standout landmark in Long Island City.

The Green House – Jackson Avenue, New York

The Green House, located at 10-25 Jackson Avenue in Long Island City (LIC), Queens, is a 12-story, mixed-use residential building that seamlessly blends modern design with the area’s industrial heritage. Developed by Charney Companies and designed by STUDIO V, this architectural marvel pays homage to LIC’s rich history as the hub of terracotta production in New York City. Adorned with vibrant British racing green terracotta sourced from Emilia-Romagna, Italy, and embellished with luminous architectural spiral mesh by Codina, The Green House stands as a testament to innovation and craftsmanship. Its stainless steel mesh, powder-coated in gold splendor color, offers both transparency and a touch of elegance to the building’s facade.

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