NBS Source

Stainless steel open mesh floor grating for Vista Apartments at Chelsea Bridge

by Lang+Fulton

The new Vista apartments occupy an enviable location, close to Chelsea Bridge and overlooking Battersea Park. As a high-end residential project, the landscaping was given a high priority, Lang+Fulton were approached by the architects to propose a suitable stainless steel grating for pedestrian use, which would ventilate the underground car park. A grating with a heel proof mesh of 55x11mm was recommended and was designed with support beams and anchor bolts. The stainless steel was pickled and polished. 31m2 of galvanized mild steel grating with 66x33mm mesh was supplied for an area which was inaccessible to the public.

No featured products in this case study

Contact Lang+Fulton by clicking the button below to find out which products were used in this case study.

More case studies from Lang+Fulton

View all case studies(24)
Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop: Terra-34 grating panels as a wall cladding screen.  The ESW provides studios, work space and professional development opportunities to sculptors.

Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop: Terra-34 grating panels as a wall cladding screen. The ESW provides studios, work space and professional development opportunities to sculptors.

North Kent Police HQ: Italia-100. Steel louvred fencing and generator compound.

North Kent Police HQ: Italia-100. Steel louvred fencing and generator compound.

The Crystal London: Barrot Barrot grating for the mezzanine exhibition space. Each panel was a unique angular shape to add visual interest to the flooring.

The Crystal London: Barrot Barrot grating for the mezzanine exhibition space. Each panel was a unique angular shape to add visual interest to the flooring.

The SSE Hydro: decorative wall cladding for the stage entrance constructed from Stereo-kinetic system.

The SSE Hydro: decorative wall cladding for the stage entrance constructed from Stereo-kinetic system.