Architectural mesh for London Bridge

Architectural mesh for London Bridge

Finisterre traditional pre-crimped woven wire mesh from The Locker Group has been used as staircase cladding on London Bridge.

The metal staircase provides pedestrian access from the bridge to the Thames river bank below, with the mesh panels carefully angled to show superb views of the Thames for those on the staircase, while also providing privacy for the adjacent office buildings.

The current London Bridge dates from 1831, although a number of bridges have been built on the same site, going back to the Romans 2000 years ago.

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Locker Group

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The Locker Group has been working in the supply and manufacture of wire mesh for more than 120 years. Originally established in Warrington, UK in 1878, now technology is combined with expertise of all things wire mesh to build close partnerships with...
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