In many cases, the architectural wire mesh can be tensioned over the entire height of the facade. For this reason, only strong substructures capable of absorbing large amounts of loads (such as prestress, wind and ice) are required at the upper and lower connection points of the building.
Compared with the facade cladding with frame solutions, architectural wire mesh can ensure that the cost of substructure and installation is greatly reduced. Depending on the size of each grid element, additional intermediate installations can be fixed on each floor of the building. These reduce the maximum load on the substructure and the possible deformation of the grid.