The high-performance solar fabric of Verosol has put the company on the map – cooling down buildings naturally and in style, but there’s a lot more to explore.
October 2nd, 2019
Designers across the world have been appreciating the benefits of the ground-breaking Verosol SilverScreen technology for decades now. Reflecting up to a market-leading 85 per cent solar radiation and eliminating ultraviolet radiation, the technology has become a designer favourite for a reason. But these technological benefits and the natural, AC-free cooling they provide to buildings aside, there’s a lot of reasons why the brand is so sought after in building and design projects of all sizes.
The versatility and flexibility of the Verosol metallised high-performance solar control fabrics means that any aesthetic or building style can reap the benefits of this technology. The research and development team at Verosol are constantly on the lookout for new ways to beat the heat and fight the light, while the company’s keen-eyed designers are always observing trends and developments in the design world, resulting in a product suite that can turn any building into a natural, healthy place no matter the size or style.
As the inventor of metallised fabrics, Verosol has set the standard in the design and durability of these unique fabrics. The advanced design and manufacturing processes, and the high quality of the materials used in their production, makes for an end product that deserves its reputation.
The huge ranges of internal and external blinds are all available in a plethora of colour and style options, and these colours themselves are famed for their excellent life. As they’re designed to be absorbing so much sunlight for so long, Verosol knew that the colour fastness of its products had to be a step above the rest, which is why its internal fabrics are metallised with a thin layer of aluminium within the material, offering unparalleled protection against these harmful rays, yet still allowing natural light into the room. The outcome means Verosol continues to elevate its range above the market standard.
Whether you’re looking to add the final touch to an apartment that needs to minimise its air-conditioning footprint in style, or manage a large-scale shade and cooling system on a commercial building such as Barangaroo Tower 3, or anything in between – the multi-talented team at Verosol will have the products for the job. These are blinds that have earned their place in the sun.
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