When Gowrie Primary School planned for a new auditorium, there was a clear requirement for good ventilation – both during school hours and after the school is closed for the day.
Louvres were chosen for use throughout the auditorium, in a combination of glass and aluminium. Security was of particular concern, because an important function of the louvres is a night air purge – the louvres need to be left open at night to allow warm air to escape, on both the upper and lower levels of the auditorium. During the day, ventilation is also important – the auditorium is used for assemblies of almost 200 students along with other activities.
Safetyline Jalousie louvres were chosen due to their superior seals, quality manufacture and large width availability. Weatherproof seals keep out harsh elements when the louvres are in a closed position, and the substantial, robust mechanics of Safetyline Jalousie make them perfect for use in high-traffic areas. The large width availability made the installation process easier and aesthetically, the larger banks of louvres complement the overall design of the auditorium.
Quantity Supplied 23
Height 739mm – 1098mm
Width 1100mm – 1300mm
Colour/Finish Medium bronze anodised
Louvres Aluminum – Medium bronze anodised 6mm Energy-Tech toughened glass
Architect Enrico Taglietti
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