Soltis Touch on ‘The Bridge’: 3% roller blinds for optimal comfort
The Urban Office Campus, a modern complex located in the heart of Milan, has undergone a remarkable renovation and redesign that combines three historical buildings into a single, state-of-the-art facility. The focus of this transformation was on integrating cutting-edge technology and promoting energy efficiency, resulting in the installation of 184 roller blinds by Resstende, carefully selected to meet diverse needs. Among these blinds, Soltis Touch, with its unique features, has emerged as the ideal choice for the interior roller blinds in the San Giovanni workspaces.
Situated in a prestigious location that offers an up-close view of Milan’s iconic Sforza Castle, the Urban Office Campus has become a symbol of modernity and sophistication. The fusion of the three historical buildings into a unified complex demonstrates a seamless blend of the past and the present.
Resstende, a renowned provider of innovative shading solutions, was entrusted with the task of installing roller blinds throughout the campus. With the aim of achieving optimal comfort and energy efficiency, the selection process involved careful consideration of various factors. Soltis Touch, a remarkable product from Serge Ferrari, was chosen as the perfect fit for the interior roller blinds in the San Giovanni workspaces.
The Soltis Touch roller blinds in shade Bianco Carrara (code 50937) were specifically designed to cater to the needs of the San Giovanni workspaces. Featuring an opening factor of 3%, these blinds excel in controlling energy consumption. By allowing just the right amount of sunlight to filter through, they create a pleasant and well-lit environment while minimising the need for artificial lighting. This not only reduces energy consumption but also promotes a more sustainable approach to building design.
The implementation of Soltis Touch roller blinds not only enhances the aesthetic appeal of the San Giovanni workspaces but also contributes significantly to the overall energy efficiency of the Urban Office Campus. The careful selection of these blinds highlights the commitment of the project to create a harmonious blend of technology, functionality and sustainability.
The Urban Office Campus stands as a testament to the possibilities of combining historical charm with modern advancements. The integration of Soltis Touch roller blinds demonstrates the importance of thoughtful design choices in optimising energy efficiency and creating spaces that prioritise occupant comfort. With its innovative features and ability to control sunlight, Soltis Touch proves to be a valuable addition to the Urban Office Campus, setting new standards for comfort and sustainability in contemporary architectural design.
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