Austral Bowling Club, located 50 kilometres south-west of the Sydney CBD, had a specific requirement for ventilation for an outdoor gaming terrace, to ensure it met regulations for a smoking area. Architects 2RKS Architecture and Design decided on louvre windows to deliver the required minimum ventilation to meet this need.
The gaming terrace is on the second floor of the Club and overlooks the bowling green, so safety was also a concern. In addition, the gaming terrace faces west, which presented additional challenges in terms of heat from the westerly afternoon sun. Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows were selected for the project over other louvre options because of superior performance, operation, maintenance, aesthetics and price.
The strength, durability and impenetrable security of Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows provides a safe and secure environment in the gaming area along with excellent ventilation.
The large maximum width of 1.4 metres helped with the external look of the terrace, enhancing the architecture rather than appearing cluttered, and the louvre windows have a clean, stylish look with the absence of metal edge strips featured on other louvre products. This also makes the louvres very easy to clean.
Mechanically, Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows are very robust, and were installed with a motorised, automated open and close function, and integrated into the C-Bus control and management system at the Club. To help combat the westerly aspect of the terrace, a special low e glass was chosen for the louvres which minimises heat gain. Click here to download pdf.
Quantity Supplied 24
Height 2089mm and some smaller hi-lite windows
Width 800mm – 1300mm
Colour/Finish Clear anodised
Louvres 6mm SuperBlue toughened glass
Additional Info. Motors concealed by aluminium cover flashings. Motors are connected to and controlled by the building management and fire control systems.
Architects 2RKS Architecture and Design
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