Louisville International Airport

Louisville International Airport

During it's renovation the terminal at the Louisville International Airport received a new ceiling design made from architectural wire mesh DOKA-MONO 1751.


The dense DOKA-MONO 1751 was chosen as the specification for this project. On two sides the mesh elements are connected to flat bars. This way they can be bolted to the substructure. Due to the small size of each mesh element and due to the rigid specification, the mesh panels do not need to be tensioned in this application.

W.S. Tyler wove and fabricated all panels at their St. Catharines plant. 

Louisville International Airport

City

Louisville, Kentucky, United States of America

Application

ceiling

Object Type

airports / stations
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