Nagylamellás szerkezet - repülőgépszárny alakú fix, vízszintes hossztengelyű alumínium lamellákkal
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.
One of the examples for this principle is the integration of the retractable awnings – which extend above the terrace of the main facade – into the groove formed between the openings. Thanks to the tarnished copper plate we have fastened to the front profile of the awning (and which can be found in multiple places on the building), the closed shader virtually blends into the facade. Under the new glass beamed conservatory of the inner court we installed conservatory awnings with integrated counter tension system. The guides are basically invisible, therefore the impressive structure prevails maximally. The comfort of the guests in the upper floor suites is provided by a dual-axis, motorized interior roller blind system with light filtering and light barrier, guided in a hidden rail. In the most exquisite royal suites, we installed exclusive blackout blinds, integrated into the stone cladding and shutters.
Designer: Kruppa Gábor (Formanyelv Építésziroda), belsőépítészet: Fiona Thompson (Richmond International, London)
Internal roller blinds – cable guided or without guide
Conservatory awning with integrated counter tension system for inclined and horizontal surfaces
Black out roller blind with guide rails