Multiple shapes, 94W & 148W, Woodstyle House, Riel, NL
Riel, part of the municipality of Goirle, is located near Tilburg. In the south and east, this North Brabant village is surrounded by rich nature.
Here in Riel is a detached house with Iroko wooden cladding. This striking house is fitted with several louver systems.
On the front facade, three windows have been equipped with louvers. The large window on the left, trapezoidal, has an area of almost 17 m2. The louvers on the ground and first floor each have their own service.
The portrait and landscape rectangles measure resp. 1.9 and 4.6 m2. The window at the rear, also in the form of a trapezoid, is over 10 m2 in size. These three systems each have their own motor, which is controlled remotely.
The 94-W slat was chosen for the front systems. The 148-W blade is used on the rear. Western Red Cedar wood was used for both louver types. As their name indicates, these louvers have a width of 94 and 148 mm.
Western Red Cedar is an excellent choice for wood slats. It has a straight grain, is lightweight, stable and durable. The aluminium components are white anodized. The plastic parts are made in light grey.