Nagylamellás szerkezet - repülőgépszárny alakú fix, vízszintes hossztengelyű alumínium lamellákkal
Széchenyi István University
On the two new buildings of the University of Győr, the requirements for the interior (that were often different on each story) demanded various shading solutions.
Above the entrance of the Inno-Share building ,motorized wooden exterior shaders were installed with wooden fins and imbricated operation. Left of the entrance, in front of the library we placed also motorized exterior shaders, but with aerofoil shaped aluminium fins. Above the glass roof of the hall, 88 mm wide tiltable slats protect the inner space from overheating. While the importance of aesthetics was a deciding point in the former two cases, we needed to focus more on the technical and other preferences (i.e. opening of the smoke vent windows, small weight) in the later case, therefore we choose the device, which has smaller scales and is more able to adapt to difficult geometry. In a building so big, energy saving can be significant, if the shaders are used optimally, therefore all the exterior shaders have central computer control.
Designer: Gelesz András, Krikovszky Balázs, Anschau Péter
Photo: Guszinger Péter
Exterior venetian blind – normal construction
Internal roller blinds – cable guided or without guide
External shading system – with aluminium aerofoil profiles. With fins spinning around their horizontal axis.
External shading system – aluminium slats with arched shape (SS75) or light-trapping shape (SS88). With tilting slats along its own axis.
External shading system – with aerofoil wooden profiles. With fins spinning around their horizontal axis.
Interior venetian blind – normal construction
Vertical blind for the interior