It is very rarely that a house, no matter how well designed, doesn’t need shading. Shading is important to protect the interior against unwanted warming or to create the desired privacy. The choice of the correct shading and its optimal location is very closely related to the glazing design, especially with regard to the technical details of the glazing connection to the bearing structure of the building. We strive not only to eliminate thermal bridges, but also to achieve maximum purity and elegance of the solution. The optimal solution is to use an exterior shading solution based on screen blinds.
The main advantage of screen blinds is their variability and partial light transmittance. This type of blinds provides shade without loss of view, while making it difficult to see the interior from the outside and keeping privacy. Creating optimal thermal conditions, screen blinds are an excellent component of the concept of passive buildings. Based on their material composition – glass fibre, PVC and polyester – they are weather resistant and are therefore suitable for both interior and (especially) exterior use.