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External venetian blinds making their mark at the ‘Shade Home’

External venetian blinds making their mark at the ‘Shade Home’

With the addition of a substantial amount of glazing and external venetian blinds from Shade Factor, Seidler Group successfully transformed an already striking Melbourne house into the equally impressive ‘Shade Home’.

Responding to people and place within the cancer treatment journey

Responding to people and place within the cancer treatment journey

Explore the future of cancer treatment at the Australian Bragg Centre, where a revolutionary design by Woods Bagot integrates cutting-edge proton therapy with patient-centric features, including natural light and adaptive Verosol blinds, creating a space that merges innovation and empathy for a holistic healing journey.

Light, nature and connection – an aesthetic for physics at ANU

Light, nature and connection – an aesthetic for physics at ANU

With its stunning outlooks over Lake Burley Griffin, the new ANU Research School of Physics building, designed by Hassell, was an opportunity to embed wellbeing features as a primary element of the aesthetic. There is a clear alignment between the building blocks of the discipline – light, energy, matter and the interconnections between objects and […]

Cairns Convention Centre: A gem that celebrates its setting

Cairns Convention Centre: A gem that celebrates its setting

Cox Architecture’s design for the Cairns Convention Centre takes a thoughtful approach to shading and detailing with Verosol blinds.

Wurriki Nyal – a fusion of aesthetics and performance

Wurriki Nyal – a fusion of aesthetics and performance

Transparency and connection are significant themes in the design scheme for the new Wurriki Nyal Civic Precinct.  In combination with the world-class sustainability goals of the client, City of Greater Geelong, this poses a challenge for an architect: how to resolve the conflict between expansive views and glazing as a dominant façade element, while ensuring comfortable indoor temperatures and minimised glare.

Verosol blinds help maintain visual connectivity at Jubilee Place

Verosol blinds help maintain visual connectivity at Jubilee Place

Looking great and providing shade from the Brisbane sun, the Ambience roller blinds at Jubilee Place are also doing something else. They are helping ensure that everybody, both inside and outside, can experience the building’s striking external structure.

Verosol blinds find a natural home in sustainable Sydney office tower

Verosol blinds find a natural home in sustainable Sydney office tower

Specified in Salesforce Tower, a striking new building in Sydney’s commercial heart, Verosol blinds are ensuring panoramic harbour views, while helping to maintain impressive levels of thermal efficiency and sustainability.

Verosol blinds making an impact at Brisbane Quarter

Verosol blinds making an impact at Brisbane Quarter

Automated and installed at Brisbane Quarter, a signature development in the Brisbane CBD, Ambience roller blinds have demonstrated their flexibility and effectiveness.

Verosol and the making of a dynamic, enviro-friendly workspace

Verosol and the making of a dynamic, enviro-friendly workspace

Specified at Eleven Eastern, a state-of-the-art commercial development in Melbourne, Verosol blinds have helped create a work environment that is both energising and sustainable.

Shade Factor celebrates a beautiful harbour view at 60 Martin Place, Sydney

Shade Factor celebrates a beautiful harbour view at 60 Martin Place, Sydney

Home of Boston Consulting Group, the recently constructed #60 Martin Place has been transformed with luxurious Venetian blinds.

Verosol helps usher in change at Macquarie Uni

Verosol helps usher in change at Macquarie Uni

Specified in the new Central Courtyard Building, Verosol blinds are helping create a place in which lessons are learnt and friendships are forged.

Ensuring the safety of Australia’s botanical treasures

Ensuring the safety of Australia’s botanical treasures

The National Herbarium of NSW houses over a million botanical specimens, some of which are more than two centuries old. Including numerous climate control features, such as Verosol blinds, the state-of-the-art facility is helping safeguard Australia’s natural heritage for future generations.