Breezway Altair louvre windows were installed at a new 9-level apartment building to support natural ventilation and reduce dependence on air-conditioning.

Located in West Perth, Western Australia, Halo on Mount features 21 apartments, two exclusive penthouses and a café. Nestled in the heart of one of the most beautiful parklands in Australia, Halo represents a new genre of urban living with well-appointed interiors reflecting a style consistent with the quality of the building and its occupants.

Designed by Barry Baltinas of Baltinas Architecture, the apartment project is based on responsible, sustainable development principles with every component of the building designed to reduce energy consumption, water usage and long term maintenance.

Breezway Altair louvre windows featuring heat soaked glass were specified to assist with natural ventilation as well as reduce energy consumption from air-conditioning. The louvre windows incorporate the Stronghold System to provide added strength and safety for residents of this multi-level building. When closed, the louvres seal tight to ensure protection from the elements and block out noise from inner-city traffic.