Tension Wire Grid

Abbrev. TWG, a type of suspended ceiling made of wire rope woven on 2'" centers, weight-supporting, and allowing a lighting fixture to be mounted anywhere and shot through the grid. Most often used in experimental and black box theatres.
Tension Wire Grids - Peter Albrecht Company

Also called a Izenour Grid, as it was first proposed at Yale by George Izenour, United States Patent 3181274.

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