Mandarin Oriental Hotel

Exclusive interior design with stainless mesh

The Mandarin Oriental Hotel is located in the centre of Msheireb in Downtown Doha, close to the Museum of Islamic Art and the new National Museum of Qatar. In the spa area of the hotel, room-high privacy screens made of painted stainless steel have been installed.
 
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Text by HAVER & BOECKER OHG, images courtesy of N. Kazakov
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The fine wire mesh used for the privacy screens is ALTERNA 6012, produced by Haver & Boeker. The screens have an interesting herringbone pattern, which appears slightly transparent depending on the lighting and viewing angle. The requirements of this project required a special mounting.

Therefore, the mesh covers both sides of the frame and all edges are covered. The hidden mounting system for the frames is concealed inside the ceiling and floor, completing the elegant design of the privacy screens. In total Haver & Boecker supplied twelve painted and meshcovered frames (2.60 m x 0.46 m) screens, in addition to the necessary mounting technology.

Versatile mesh

HAVER Architectural Mesh allows prestigious and at the same time functional designs that can creatively be designed due to the structure, type of installation and illumination - from shimmering, via translucent to opaque, from cool and elegant to warm and discreet. In this project, a lacquer finish adds a special accent.

The variety of mesh types, different colour options and various mounting solutions offer almost unlimited individual design possibilities.

The Wire Weaving Division of HAVER & BOECKER OHG manufactures stainless woven wire cloth and processes it into engineered woven wire products. These mesh products are used for screening and filtration in the chemical, plastics and automobile industries, in aviation and aerospace, electronics, industrial and analysis screening, in the food industry as well as for architectural applications.
 

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