Wesley Taylor Village
MicroLouvre™ solved the problems caused by the glass elevator shaft in this retirement village reaching internal temperatures of 50°C
Ursuline Convent High School
MicroLouvre™ provided protection for the food preparation area, stopping the penetration of solar radiation and insects entering, whilst ensuring good ventilation.
Bronze In-Glass MicroLouvre™ was specifically chosen by the architect to control solar heat gain in a highly glazed rear extension whilst adding a strong aesthetic
MicroLouvre™ was installed to the ventilation system, providing free air flow within a narrow profile whilst also acting as an insect barrier
High energy consumption was significantly reduced through installation of MicroLouvre whilst maintaining occupant comfort and building compliance.
Christ the King College
After a trial of MicroLouvre screens in 2013, a significant improvement with heat gain and glare was proven and in 2014 MicroLouvre screens were installed providing pupils with a cool, shaded, glare free study environment throughout the classrooms.
Excess levels of solar gains were creating an uncomfortable living environment that were significantly reduced through installation of MicroLouvre™ screens.
Kings Cross Square
Lighting designers realised their ambition for this historic piece of architecture, using MicroLouvre™ fabric to neutralise the glare from the in-ground luminaires.
Indianapolis County City Building
40 years after installation, the MicroLouvre screens on the Indianapolis City County Building are still operational and continue to provide thermal and visual comfort to occupants whilst making substantial energy savings, all with minimal maintenance.
Peckham Police Station
30 years later, the building’s appearance remains uniform and uncluttered. The occupants continue to enjoy both thermal and visual comfort and annual energy savings are being made due to decreased HVAC requirements.