As one of the leading global suppliers of shading systems, Silent Gliss aim to control sunlight.
October 14th, 2013
The skylight has for long been a valued commodity for both residential and commercial interior spaces. And, as the curtain and blind systems specialists Silent Gliss explains, skylights will only continue to grow in popularity.
But sometimes, a little bit of shade is needed, especially in the heat of the day. Silent Gliss have brainstormed notions of controllable daylight.
Silent Gliss introduce the 8600, 8700 and 8800, Tess 120 and Tess 420; shading systems to feel the cool warmth of the Winter sun, and the protective guard from the hot Summer. The shades have automatic retractable sun screening controls for the smallest installations to the biggest in a range of fabrics in different transparencies.
With versatility in design, manufacture and layout, the shading systems are perfect for any public and private space.
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