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House in Budapest XII. Svábhegy
The textile and wooden shaders of this house – set in a picturesque environment – demonstrate the extensive use of both materials in the exterior and interior as well.
The motor-operated tilting fins of the pergola on the facade facing the garden pool are made of Canadian red cedar, with a lacquered finish – just like the partition in the interior between the living room and dining room, which has got the same 200mm fins, tilting around their vertical axis. Shading for the upstairs terrace is provided by conservatory awnings with integrated counter tension system. Light control is achieved by textile sliding panels in the living room and chain pull driven roller blinds in the other rooms.
Helyszín: Budapest XII. kerület, Svábhegy
Photo: Dénes György
External shading system – with aerofoil wooden profiles. With fins spinning around their horizontal axis.
Conservatory awning with integrated counter tension system for inclined and horizontal surfaces
Interior roller blind – with or without side pull
Interior sliding panel
Horizontal shading system stretching from the facade – with aerofoil wooden profiles. Fixed fins with horizontal axis.