Interior Shades

Quay Quarter Tower

Quay Quarter Tower The 49 story QQT is an upcycle development project by reusing the existing structure of the former AMP Centre (beams, columns, and slabs) and 95% of the original core, resulting in an embodied carbon saving of 7.3 million kilograms. Over 1,900 automated Roller Blinds were installed using Vestamatic digital motor drives, connected …

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Library of Birmingham

Library of Birmingham The Library of Birmingham is a flagship project for the city’s redevelopment and is one of the largest public libraries in the United Kingdom. Approximately 2M people visit the library annually. The building was installed with motorised blinds, programmed and controlled by a centralised KNX building control system at set times throughout …

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Manhattan Loft Gardens

Manhattan Loft Gardens Manhattan Loft Gardens is a 42-Story tower luxury hotel and residential tower situated in the heart of London, providing a unique way of living.Vestamatic SMI 230v digital motors were used to control multiple blinds from the one power source. Some motors were custom-made to a shorter length to fit the narrow blinds …

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Olympia London

Olympia London The iconic Olympia London exhibition centre, event space and conference centre recently completed renovations to improve light and glare control to the large glass facades on both ends of the building. Vestamatic CRE digital drive motors were fitted to heavy duty Guillaume Jansen blackout roller blinds. The motors are powered by an advanced …

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Citygate Goteborg

Citygate Göteborg Located in the Gårda district of Gothenburg, Citygate is one of Scandinavia’s tallest office buildings featuring 42,000 square metres of floor space over 36 storeys. Thorens roller shade systems and Vestamatic were engaged to provide a shading solution to the large glass facades of the newly developed project. Internal motorised roller shades are …

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