Cascade Coil Drapery’s flexible round weave wire fabrics are catching the eyes of today’s designers. With its versatility, unique texture, variety of colors, durability and flexibility, Coil Drapery is a long term solution for today’s modern style.
Designers and architects around the world are creatively using this material for a wide range of applications including; specialty architectural, bird/animal containment, interior design, building cladding, industrial safety and explosion protection.
Cascade Coil Drapery, Inc., of Tualatin, Oregon, manufactures flexible woven wire fabric for architectural applications, safety, animal containment, and is a supplier to the hearth market.
We have assisted thousands of customers by providing creative design solutions. At the core of our organization is the sincere desire to promote and encourage new applications. Our product line of wire fabric has sparked the creativity and ingenuity of designers and architects throughout the world.
Cascade Coil’s woven wire fabric is a creative choice of material for designers looking for light control and modulation, area or crowd control, visual freedom, security, and free flow of air, sound and even potential output from sprinkler systems and fire extinguishers. The special properties of the material — its innumerable support points and flexible round weave — make it an effective solution for decorating, partitioning and securing structures and spaces of all kinds.
It is a permanent material that’s lightweight and easy-to-install. The fabric is flameproof, has a low life cycle cost and is ideal for safety applications due to its superior strength and energy absorption qualities. It is also low maintenance: the metaltone finishes will not fade or darken and the material tends to shed dust. It stays clean with an occasional brushing or vacuuming.
From undulating, reflective ceiling treatments above the stage to glistening multi-story wire mesh draperies in luxury hotels and casinos…from curved dividers in auto showrooms to stunning draperies in private homes… from decorative interior/exterior wall coverings for buildings and parking garages.from safety screening in industrial settings to sculptural forms in urban gardens…from aviary wire cloth netting in zoos to dramatic backdrops in television studios…from non-intimidating see-through barriers for commercial security to functional, yet fashionable, space dividers anywhere.