Banker Wire, a Mukwonago manufacturer of wire mesh, provided
woven wire mesh to Northwestern Mutual, helping to achieve a
design solution for the firm’s building in downtown Milwaukee.
Milwaukee-based Northwestern Mutual renovated the interior of
its downtown 158,000-square-foot, seven-story Milwaukee office,
which it bought in January 2013, according to the statement. The
firm worked with Eppstein Uhen Architects to redesign its
DS-1 woven wire mesh
helped to address design concerns.
Wire woven wire mesh contributed a valuable design solution for
this space. Integration of the mesh around the elevator openings
not only solved our concerns regarding durability and seaming at
the control panels, but the pattern’s
high degree of opacity also satisfied our aesthetic expectations
of the material,” said Jennifer Herr, senior interior designer
with Eppstein Uhen Architects.
fabric was incorporated around the elevator openings and control
panels, blending a stylish look with full functionality,
according to the statement. Banker Wire worked with Green
Bay-based H.J. Martin and Son Inc., an interior contractor, to
ensure a successful and easy installation.
renovations were finished in September. The project team
included general contractor
M.A. Morstenson Co.,
Uhen Architects, and H.J. Martin and Son.