External venetian blind ProVisio combines glare control with clarity
Perfect light guidance
One architectural trend is for façade designs with large glass surfaces. They offer the occupants a clear view to the outside, and allow plenty of light into the inside. However, these advantages also come at a price: a clear view also allows curious glances from the outside into the room. Plus the unhindered daylight may dazzle, while light-flooded rooms can quickly become uncomfortably hot in summer. That is why WAREMA has developed a sun shading system that retains the positive sides of large glass surfaces and minimises the negative ones: the new ProVisio external venetian blind.
The ProVisio external venetian blind can do much more than a conventional one. It not only guarantees heat protection, glare control and visual privacy, but also combines these characteristics with the optimum view out. This means it increases the comfort in no fewer than four ways: with a beneficial room climate, pleasant brightness, secure privacy and a good view.
Aligned to the human viewpoint
What makes the ProVisio external venetian blind so special in comparison with a standard external venetian blind is the special angle of the slats. This changes smoothly across the entire height of the hanging. It is oriented to the human viewpoint so that the eye always has the best view to the outside from top to bottom through the slats.
A conventional external venetian blind with vertical slats only provides a clear view at eye height and at a limited angle. In fact, only about 55 percent of the view is provided. With the continuously changing slat position, the ProVisio external venetian blind can improve the view out by 25 percent, meaning that around 80 percent of the view remains unchanged with simultaneous visual privacy from the outside to the inside. The characteristics of a conventional external venetian blind remain unchanged. This means that ProVisio is suitable for use in the private sphere as well as, for instance, in offices with computer workstations or doctors' surgeries.