Cambridge Architectural's Tile and Circuit 141A architectural metal mesh patterns were used in the elevators of a pair recently constructed New York City apartment buildings. At Avalon Chrystie Place, in the heart of Manhattan, 168 sq. ft. of the company's Circuit 141A was chosen, while at the elevator of Avalon on the Sound East, located in Westchester County, 750 sq. ft. of Tile was utilized. Circuit features rigid, closed weaves. It was affixed to substrates and installed in the elevator cabs as wall, floor, ceiling and facade panels. Tile has rigid open weaves and is often used in elevator cabs, stair rail systems and grillwork.