In collaboration with Verosol, the latest edition of the Indesign Edit explores the important role that functional fittings like blinds and shading fabrics play in four key architectural fit-outs.
July 5th, 2022
Whenever we discuss climate change – or more specifically the construction sector’s contribution to climate change – it’s important to remember that any workable solution to the issue will be multi-faceted.
While it is entirely appropriate to point to solutions involving things like embodied carbon and renewable energy, it’s also important to include less obvious parts of the carbon minimisation equation. These include thermal efficiency, and the role that fittings like blinds and curtains can play in reducing energy usage.
With this in mind, this latest edition of The Edit focuses on Verosol, a leading specialist in the design and manufacture of functional interior solar shading fabrics and blinds.
The company’s signature product, SilverScreen, is the most effective product of its kind on the market. Able to reflect up to 85 per cent of solar radiation, it represents an important and indispensable part of the climate solution.
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