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Our shaders can be separated into two families, Horiso and Solonia. The SOLONIA family contains all shaders which are not typified products, but ones that are always matched to the current building and architectural ideas. Our engineers often spend long hours designing these structures.
On this page we have gathered the most frequent questions, which we get asked on the phone or by e-mail. Our responses may help you get familiar with us, and we hope that you will find the answer to your most burning questions.
Back in the beginning of the 90s, we often faced the fact that architects did not have any acquired knowledge about shading. Fortunately we do not come across this problem in our practice any more. The question we come across now is how they can convince the laic customers about the importance of shading.
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- As an architect, how should you convince your customers about the inportance of shading?
In the Even Hall of the Bálna, we applied the Krüllung Solonia AL-3000-AF 190 a motorized shader type to shade 76 triangles and rectangles. All the fins are mounted in the interior, can be tilted around their axis. The movement of the fins is motor-operated and controlled via computer.
This house is the evidence for the high aesthetic and technical standards that can be reached if the architect handles us as co-designers, is open to innovative solutions and accepts the fact that clients’ demands can only be actually fulfilled by layering multiple shader types.
Textile blinds got a leading role in the shading of the Gresham Palace when it was renovated. As we usually do in the case of historical buildings, we have developed custom solutions together with the designer that allowed us to reach a comfort level in the interior, worthy of the hotel’s high standard, but still leave as little trace on the building as possible.
The building complex, which includes the Páva Street Synagogue has got a glass tower on its inner court which may not induce anyone to connect it with the idea of shading. Still one of the roles for the imbricated, insulated glass panels between the slanted stone columns in the glazed entry hall of the permanent exhibition is exactly that: shading.
The presented family house shows our GM200 device in several installation situations, depending on the cladding. The splats of this venetian blind type are based on the so called entirely rigid operation principle, the advantage of which is that they have got a high wind resistance, thanks to their beaded and shaped profile. Therefore they can be used for large openings, without any middle guides. (more…)
It was an exceptional opportunity to work on this building. Thanks to the close cooperation with the architects, we managed to implement a complex shading concept, the elements of which fit both the architectural image of the existing and the new parts of the building, and the requirements of the interior.
Internal space of the control tower got custom developed, glare controlling internal roller blinds. These structures are special in many ways; they are 5 meters wide and overlapped, the special foils have a trapezoidal shape, the blinds move in a slanted plane, and are cable guided.
In the case of open-plan offices it is always a crucial and complex task to provide adequate light conditions for all of the workstations. One of the reasons for the widespread use of exterior venetian blinds is that they can adapt to the different demands, as flexibly as possible.