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Fabrics for indoor shades
Solar protection

Indoor shades

Protection against glare
Protection against glare
Outside view preserved
Outside view preserved
Indoor air quality
Indoor air quality

Ideal for new construction comfort and energy performance requirements

Thermal performance, energy savings, light management and workplace comfort are major challenges for buildings in the service sector today. Indoor blinds play an essential role in daylighting control, enabling protection against heat and glare while preserving the privacy of building occupants without blocking their view to the outside world.

High performance solar protection fabrics for multiple interior applications

To fulfill these requirements, Serge Ferrari designs and manufactures the Soltis line of high quality mesh fabrics. Built with Précontraint technology, Soltis fabrics are super flat for easy winding and reduced size to ensure that even large dimension blinds remain slim and hidden when not in use. Soltis is suitable for all types of indoor blinds, including roll-up blinds, Roman blinds, vertical blinds, blinds for porches, skylights and shade structures and even Japanese sliding panels.

Customised solutions for service sector projects

With a selection of open weaves, dim-outs and blackouts, Soltis fabrics are an attractive decorative option for the windows of office buildings, healthcare and education establishments, hotels and restaurants, and airports. As an alternative to folded and Venetian blinds, Soltis blinds are easy to maintain and offer long-lasting resistance. Soltis is 100% recyclable with Texyloop, making it ideal for green buildings.

References
Tour D2 indoor blinds
success story
Internal solar protection

A More Comfortable Office: The Tour D2 building installs 18,000 yds² of Soltis Feel 99 LowE screens

Soltis
Soltis
Feel 88 LowE and 99 LowE
Internal solar protection
France
Courbevoie
Alto Avellaneda shopping centre internal shadesails
Internal solar protection

Alto Avellaneda shopping centre

Estudio Cien Fuegos
Argentina
Internal roller blinds in a private house
Internal solar protection

Internal roller blinds

France
World trade Organisation Headquarters internal solar protection
Internal solar protection

World trade Organisation Headquarters

Wittfoht Architekten
Switzerland
Alper Aksoy Office internal solar protection
Internal solar protection

Alper Aksoy Offices

Alper Aksoy Architects
Turkey
Saint-Etienne city hall internal roller blinds
Internal solar protection

Saint-Etienne city hall

Manuelle Gautrand Architecture
France
French national Archives internal blinds
Internal solar protection

French national Archives

Massimiliano et Doriana Fuksas
France
Antwerp Port House internal blinds
Internal solar protection

Antwerp Port House

Zaha Hadid Architects
Belgium
German Football Museum internal blinds
Internal solar protection

German Football Museum

HPP Architects
Germany
Dr Chau Chak Wing University internal blinds
Internal solar protection

Dr Chau Chak Wing University

Frank Gehry
Australia
Gallo Building internal solar protection
Internal solar protection

Gallo Building

DTACC and Jouin Manku
Francia