Bespoke architectural roof tension shade system motor remote
Architects and designers create spectacular glass structures that
illuminate our buildings, creating memorable spaces that make us
Automated tensioned fabric precisely regulates heat gain and glare
whatever the angle of the glazing. It then disappears when it is
not needed, preserving our connection to the outside world.
From skylights and roof lights to external facades, our specialist
blind systems can be made bespoke to support your designs, and your
building performance requirements.
We collaborate with designers who share our love of inspirational
and sustainable architecture.
The most advanced tensioned systems conceal a torsion spring and a
motor within the fabric barrel, allowing the design of triangular
and trapezoidal solutions which hold the fabric flat, even when
installed at an angle. Early consideration of bracket location is
important to achieve a fabric shape as close as possible to the
glazing it will cover.
|parts||The system is mainly composed of three parts: transmission
mechanism, fabric, and controller.|
|maximum area||The maximum area is 35 square meters, and when the width exceeds
3.5 meters, one or two or one support mechanism can be used.|
|The steel wire indexing method||The steel wire indexing method is suitable for making a large-area
folding ceiling, which is cost-effective and stable and reliable.|
|control method||Radio control, manual control, and intelligent control.|
Suitable for sunshade of large glass sunroofs such as public
Large areas of glass can significantly add to a building’s
character. The increasing desire to bring natural light into our
homes from every angle, together with recent advances in glazing
technology, mean that Rooflights are getting larger whilst window
frames are getting smaller.
There are few more satisfying feelings than seeing the correct
balance of light in your home at the touch of a button. The
timeless combination of fabric on glass is practical, subtle and
beautiful. Applied to a skylight it is elevated to something
GLASS ROOFS & ATRIA
Glazed roofs create impact. They are often gathering places, making
the control of heat and light essential to their success.
Architectural blinds with high-performance fabric offers precise
regulation and energy savings whilst letting in the right amount of
natural light. Automated tension systems can be installed
horizontally or at an angle to suit the structure, convering up to
100m2 with a single system.
EXTERNAL/DOUBLE SKIN FAÇADES
Today’s façade design must be both beautiful and sustainable,
utilizing a variety of technology to deliver energy savings as well
as a comfortable internal environment. External fabric shading most
effective protection against excess heat gain is external fabric
shading, which can reduce energy demand for cooling by over 70% and
lighting by over 50% without losing the view to the outdoors.
Tensioned architectural blinds actively adapt to varying
conditions. They can be integrated within the curtain wall or
façade structure for a clean look, or set out from the façade using
stainless steel cable guides to create the illusion of floating
Structural glass walls are now the building envelope of choice for
most major commercial developments. Internal fabric shading
mitigates glare as well as complementing fixed external shading
strategies, and with state of the art reflective fabrics, can serve
as an effective standalone shading strategy. Engineered roller
systems can cover vast areas with single panels of fabric, whatever
the angle or shape of the glass.
The sheer density of urban spaces makes rooftop, courtyard and
surrounding outdoor spaces increasingly valuable. Planning shade in
these areas is crucial in converting an architectural idea in to a
well-used space. A subtle shading mechanism is also important to
ensure views are clear when sun protection is not needed. Tensioned
pergola and sail systems can operate on slim support cables,
eliminating the need for intrusive columns and bulky supporting
Bespoke architectural blinds allow the design of unusual sizes,
shapes, and applications. Technically advanced fabric shading
systems conceal a torsion spring and a motor within the fabric
barrel, allowing design of unusual sizes, shapes, and applications.
With creative experimentation and precise engineering, almost any
structure can be shaded. This includes glazing which is horizontal,
sloping, bottom up, duo-screens, curved, triangular, and
extra-large glazing. Early collaboration on bespoke design work
enables optimum fabric coverage and integration of bespoke systems
into the surrounding structures.