Laminated glass used in: Façade elements, curtain walls, room partitions, wall panels and other design elements for interior applications.
Provides improved thermal performance, reduces glare and adds a unique depth in façade design by utilizing the three-dimensional effects of fabric. Can reduce heat loading and aggressive visual light transmission (VLT) potentially saving the building owners capital expenses in HVAC mechanical, exterior louver and possible interior shading systems.
Provides unique privacy for interior glass panels, while not inhibiting the views from the interior
UV stable color printing allows for countless options for design or pattern without reading through to the inside of the building
Preventing bird clashes
Quality and security thanks to certified laminators and SentryGlas foil
Viewing the fabric from in- and outside
How the outer surface of the metallized fabric looks depends on how the light is reflected from it, whereas the black inner surface has little optical effect and so does not hinder the view to the outside.
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