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    The versatile design possibilities of perforated metal

    Arrow Metal Systems

    Perforated metal can be matched with just about any material – wood, brick, glass or any other metal. Perforated metal brings out the best qualities of its material partners. Just take a look at these ultra-fashionable interior and exterior ensembles that pair perforated metal with various materials.

    Perforated metal and glass: Espace Culturel de la Hague by Peripheriques Architectes

    Located in Beaumont-Hague, this cultural space designed by Peripheriques Architectes features a striking on-trend red perforated metal façade that pairs beautifully with the building’s extensive use of glass and mirrors. While the facade’s reflection and transparency give a glimpse of the activities inside, the perforated metal acts as an acoustic baffle for the venue’s performances.

    Image sourced from Peripheriques Architectes

    Perforated metal and wood: Creuse House by M Architects

    An unassuming white exterior conceals the perforated metal design on this narrow, three-storey townhouse in Schaerbeek. Creuse House’s renovation by M Architects uses white perforated metal with other materials, including wood, aluminium and laminate. The perforated metal screen features a fun design with holes of varying diameters, and offers an innovative way to focus on the home’s different areas at low-cost.

    Image sourced from M Architects

    Perforated metal and wood: Cloud 2 by SMO Architektur

    This property in Cologne by SMO Architektur features a perforated metal staircase against a timber floor with the stark white of the perforated sheet bringing the warmth of the wood to life.

    Image sourced from SMO Architektur

    Perforated metal and wood: 46 Lodgements by Peripheriques Architectes

    Another project by Peripheriques Architectes is a residential block in Ile Saint-Denis, France where perforated metal is used with other materials. The perforated metal of the balconies is softened with a curved shape and gentle natural tones of wood for a flowing architectural design that stands out in the crowd.

    Image sourced from Peripheriques Architectes

    Perforated metal and wood: Residential home in Balmain by Carter Williamson

    Arrow Metal worked with architects Carter Williamson on the makeover of this Balmain house, creating a bespoke perforated metal black balustrade and screening, using a personal photograph belonging to the homeowners. In this example, perforated metal is paired with wood, exposed brick and leather fixtures and fittings.

    Image sourced from Carter Williamson

    Perforated metal and brick: Northcote House by Taylor Knights

    Designed by Taylor Knights, this chic Melbourne house is all about multifunctional and minimalist design. Observe how the yellow perforated metal staircase stands out against the exposed brick and wood panels.

    Image sourced from Taylor Knights

    Perforated metal and concrete/oak: Peter’s House by Studio David Thulstrup

    This house for photographer Peter Krasilnikoff in Copenhagen designed by Studio David Thulstrup pairs off perforated metal with materials such as concrete and oak.

    Image sourced from Studio David Thulstrup

    Perforated metal partnership: Arrow Metal Systems

    Feeling inspired? Explore our Pinterest board for more ideas. If you need a perforated metal partner for your project, talk to the Arrow Metal team.

    We’re experts at creating custom perforated metal in your bespoke design, with a large range of in-stock profiles, precision cut and ready for immediate delivery to anywhere in Australia. 

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