Westfield Galleria at Roseville Puts ParkadeTM Metal Fabric System to Use

A woven metal fabric system from Cambridge Architectural handsomely masks the parking garage serving the Westfield Galleria in Roseville, CA, adding texture and
luminosity to its facade.
The five-story garage sits prominently among the more than 190 stores and over 20 restaurants of the high-end shopping and entertainment complex, and right next to the city's new conference center. The Galleria at Roseville is one of 119 global shopping centers owned and operated by
Westfield Group a world-leading retail property organization. The high profile nature of the project demanded that the parking garage be held to the same aesthetic standards as the structures around it.

A Cambridge ParkadeTM architectural mesh system adorns the 1,400-space parking structure, cleverly shrouding its inner workings from view. Ultimately, the metal fabric succeeds in giving the Westfield parking garage a sophisticated and polished appearance mirroring that of the complex and its surrounding region.

Cambridge's material can very simply and easily turn what many would consider to be a typical parking garage into a real point of interest, says Heather Collins, Director of Marketing for Cambridge Architectural. Particularly with our Parkade applications, we have the ability to deviate from the norm fostering creativity and change in parking structure design.

The project team for the Westfield Galleria at Roseville parking garage chose architectural mesh because it offered a well-rounded solution to both visual and functional building issues. The Parkade metal fabric system specified for the Westfield parking garage provides a beautiful facade without obstructing views or impeding airflow.

Cambridge's mesh was a great option because it dressed up the new building, added to its architectural interest and maximized airflow and visibility, says John Schulte, Project Engineer of Overaa Construction, the general contractor of the project. I think it looks great!

Metal fabric also holds up very well in the natural environment over long periods of time. In fact, mesh is virtually indestructible and requires very little maintenance, greatly reducing the need for replacement materials.
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