Verosol Australia supplied blinds made from Silverscreen 205, a highly reflective fabric with a metallised backing for installation at the Bennelong Apartments in Sydney.
Also called The Toaster Building, the apartment complex, comprising of three buildings, is located at 5 Macquarie Street and is considered one of the most iconic buildings in the city. Designed by Andrew Andersons and PTW Architects, the apartments required high-quality blinds, which could be used to maintain the privacy of tenants, while still allowing them to enjoy the vibrant day views and the vivid lights of Sydney’s nightlife.
Silverscreen 205 motorised blinds feature a remote control and switch operation, and come with the premium Mode Roller chain operated system that allows the occupants to freely control the view from their windows. With its 4% openness and 6% VLT, Silverscreen 205 offers unparalleled views to the beautiful outdoors while the metal-backed fabric’s 78% solar reflectance delivers market-leading performance.
Verosol was also able to address the client’s main concerns about heat, glare and UV control with the energy-efficient solution assuring the occupants privacy, comfort and spectacular harbour views.