Museum / Library
Create the optimal atmosphere for your artwork, books and visitors. Sunshield systems avoid glaring and direct Sunlight on your art, but you still benefit the advantages of natural daylight in your building.
- National Gallery Museum in London
- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
- Louvre Museum in Lens, France
- John Pierpont Morgan Library, New York
- Van Gogh Museum. Amsterdam
- National Gallery, Canberra, Australia
- Brandhorst Museum, Münich
- Library of Larissa, Greece
The Sunshield rack arm louver systems are particularly beneficial in museums, galleries and libraries where natural light is preferable, without glare. Heat gain control aids in the protection of artworks, artefacts and books and with a lux controlled automation a permanent soft light can create a stable calming atmosphere.
Fits like a Ceiling:
complete blackout when needed
The Sunshield rack arm system becomes an aesthetic and functional ceiling. It is perfect for difficult glazing problems no matter the slope or angle of the window. The system can be used in just about any glazing situation: horizontal, inclined, vertical, or with any shape of window opening. If required the addition of brushes will achieve blackout when fully closed.
With respect to Historical Heritage
Many museums and libraries are located in historical heritages.Sunshield has an extensive experience to be integrated in mega renovation projects with the highest quality demands, and with special demands, such as drilling completly forbidden. Even for these demands we always find a correct solution.