Flick through Vertiluxâ€™s newly updated catalogue and have a huge selection of window covering solutions at your fingertips.
July 7th, 2009
Vertilux have released their new catalogue showcasing the latest in roller blinds incorporating three new fabrics; Techno-light, Euroview and EuroBloc.
Despite the simple way Vertilux’s blinds complement any space, the catalogue is extensive in the detail it offers on the wide range of choices available to architects and designers.
It clarifies technical details on the Vertilux Roller Blind Systems, information on the 11 fabrics that comprise the Greenvision fabric range, a full colour brochure to assist in client discussions and, most thoughtfully, a large sample of the colours available within each of the vast array of fabrics.
Vertilux have also introduced a new fabric to the range, EuroBloc, which is cleverly crafted with backing to colourmatch its face, eliminating the standard white backing which can oppose the tones of a building’s exterior.
Focusing on design excellence and pleasing aesthetics, EuroBloc finally offers an option which doesn’t interrupt the architectural language and harmony of a space when studied from the street.
Available in seven colours, EuroBloc represents a desire to reach for perfection, so it is natural that despite Vertilux only releasing the contemporary blind this month, it is already widely utilised within the design community.
Beauty aside, EuroBloc is also the first blockout to meet the Building Codes of Australia Fire Code Classification – Group 1.
Contact Vertilux today to get your hands on the latest catalogue.
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