Kaynemaile architectural mesh has been expertly crafted to ignite the daring design mind. Jump into this edition of the Indesign Edit to see the story behind this extraordinary product.
October 19th, 2020
Layered with passion, innovation and an incredible 20-year journey, Kaynemaile products have sparked intrigue and design inspiration throughout the decades. As the artisans of architectural mesh, the Kaynemaile offering boasts a range of unique, technical products that push the boundaries of artistic functionality and engineering.
From the big screen to the world of architecture and design; the New Zealand based brand has evolved into a modern chainmail material consisting of polycarbonate interlinked rings to bring your design dreams to life. Their latest innovation of interior ceiling features and installations are made to deliver complex three-dimensional shapes to create beautifully dynamic projects. In this edition of the Indesign Edit, we explore the story of the award-winning brand and the endless possibilities of Kaynemaile architectural mesh.
The Indesign Edit offers a unique perspective on some of the best brands and products across our region. Here, we explore Kaynemaile and their exceptional attention to detail in craftsmanship, technology and innovation that elevate our experiences of everyday architecture and design.
Editorially curated and product-led, explore Kaynemaile’s story in your free, downloadable copy of the Indesign Edit.
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