Modern architectural designs, particularly high-rise office spaces, incorporate large glass façades. Although this can be a striking aesthetic, it can cause large levels of heat and light into the working environment.
Brise Soleil can be a fantastic additional feature to your buildings architectural structure, designed to reduce and control the levels of heat and light that enters, whilst adding depth to your buildings aesthetics.
This innovative type of cladding comprises angled blades or shelves that allows morning and evening light to travel through at a concentrated capacity, whilst reducing direct sunlight exposure in the middle of the day, where the sun is at its highest point.
Brise Soleil is commonly fabricated with aluminium or stainless-steel materials, available in a wide variety of colours, and can be installed to the external façade of most buildings.
FACT: Brise Soleil is a French term that directly translates as “sun breaker”, which is an accurate description, considering its purpose and functionality.
With a keen eye for aesthetics and functionality, you can be sure that your buildings aesthetics will not only be maintained, but also improved with HS RoofClad’s Brise Soleil expertise.
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