Australian company Issey Sun Shade Systems originated in Perth in the late 1980â€™s and has showrooms in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide.
May 19th, 2008
The company manufacturers a wide range of sun control solutions specialising in external shades, retractable awnings and blind shade systems. Suitable to both residential and commercial applications Issey’s focus is on protection from heat, glare and UV radiation. Issey Sun Shade Systems has a range of tailor-made products, engineered to suit each individual client situation.
Product Range – Blinds and screens.
Brands – Issey Laguna, Issey Vertiroll, Issey Unicom and Issey Verasun.
Applications – Commercial, hospitality and residential.
Sustainability – Issey products provide energy efficiency to residential and commercial properties, significantly lowering air conditioning costs and the need for artificial cooling or heating.
Major Projects – Dunk Island Resort, Brisbane Cricket Ground, Elite Cruises, Sydney University, Punch Lane Wine Bar.
Specialised Services – Issey provide a start to finish service, from research and design, to manufacturing, installation and maintenance.
Lead time – 6-8 weeks.
Featured Product – Issey Issiroll Vertical Window Blind
Designed and manufactured by Issey Sun Shade Systems, the Issiroll Vertical Window Blind is available in both transparent and opaque fabric that can be customised for different size, colour and track options.
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