Several products from Verosol Australia were installed at a penthouse apartment in the Triptych building in Melbourne.

An Alessi Design Group project, designed by Nettleton Tribe, Carr Design Group and Jamie Durie's Patio Landscape, the luxury apartment building at 8 Kavanagh Street, Melbourne stands out for its unsurpassed luxury, natural light and spectacular outlooks. The project was awarded Australian Best Residential Development at the 2012 Property Council of Australia/Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation & Excellence Awards.

The north facing penthouse required a high level of heat and glare control, without compromising the panoramic views. Additionally, the apartment needed a seamless solution for shading large spans of windows.

Ambience roller blinds from Verosol in white 205 SilverScreen semi-transparent fabric were supplied for the penthouse application. Additionally, Ambience motorised roller blinds featuring 730 Privado blockout fabric in Isabella colour were installed for shading the large glass windows.

Verosol's solution delivered quality, performance and contemporary style, consistently reflecting the high-end, sustainable design of the building. An ideal solution for shading large spans of glass or inaccessible windows, motorised roller blinds can be easily integrated into home automation and building management systems, allowing for effortless operation of a large number of blinds via remote control.

The use of SilverScreen fabric ensures excellent glare control and unrivalled solar reflectance and insulation. The metal backing dramatically improves solar energy control, while the semi-transparent fabric enables unimpeded views through the windows.