Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows are increasingly being specified in aged care settings across Australia.
For this aged care project located in Pendle Hill, NSW the architects ThomsonAdsett specified Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows primarily for their stylish design features which complemented the overall aesthetics of the building.
They especially liked the look of the individually framed louvre blades with simple, yet defined edges. The Safetyline Jalousie window system worked together with the other window system as a seamless window set.
They were cognisant of the need for the elderly residents, many of whom are not used to and/or do not like air conditioning, to be able to easily open and close the windows. Safetyline Jalousie’s simple single handed manual operating lever makes it easy for residents to manage and control the flow of fresh air into their living environment.
The louvre windows have been positioned at both the bottom the top of the floor to ceiling windows allowing low pressure at the top to be flushed out and high pressure at the bottom – creating a clever venturi effect.
Quantity Supplied 34 – with 7 blades in each window
Colour/Finish Bronze anodised
Louvres Clear anodised aluminium
Safetyline Jalousie participates in a series of industry networking events and trade shows across Australia each year.