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Safetyline Jalousie: A New Dimension in Louvre Windows

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Safetyline Jalousie’s Smoke Relief Solution for Taiga Apartments

Project Specifications Quantity Supplied: 96 Height: 1009mm (7 Blades) Width: 1100mm Colour/Finish: Zeus Matt Black Louvres: 6.38mm Clear Laminate Operation: Motorised – LDF100 Drives Architect: Turner Studio Builder: Parkview Safetyline Jalousie louvres have recently been involved in the Sekisui House project “Taiga Apartments” at Wentworth Point. The development is divided into three separate buildings –… Read more »

Smoke Relief Solutions by Safetyline Jalousie Louvre Windows

Architects are constantly challenged to deliver sophisticated building designs that comply with a host of building codes. For many, louvre windows are often the favoured choice for aesthetic and ventilation and sustainability purposes. However, sourcing a louvre window system to meet the many building codes and standards, especially with regard to smoke and fire, can… Read more »

Virgin Lounge, Gold Coast Airport, QLD

The Virgin Lounge at Gold Coast International Airport is a busy facility providing a comfortable environment for members to enjoy while they are in transit waiting for their plane to depart. Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows are installed along the floor of the 2nd level of the building within the Virgin Lounge area. The Lounge is… Read more »

UWS Paramatta Campus Childcare Centre, NSW

When JDH Architects were briefed to design the new Early Learning Centre for the University of Western Sydney’s Parramatta Campus, the University requested that they investigate the features and benefits of specifying Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows. Having no previous experience with the use of Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows, JDH were impressed when they discovered the… Read more »

Smithfield RSL, NSW

Smithfield RSL recently introduced an outdoor gaming area to the Club’s facilities. Critical to the design of the new area was to create a space that complied with relevant smoking laws. With plenty of experience working in the club industry, the builder, Merlot Constructions, was very familiar with the benefits of utilising louvre windows. They… Read more »

Trinity Grammar Aquatic Centre

The Aquatic Centre at Trinity Grammar School in Summer Hill, NSW, has utilised Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows to create an impressive floor to ceiling external wall. Ventilation and security were the main priorities for architects at Gardner Wetherill & Associates when designing the Centre. They also needed windows to fit the module design of the… Read more »

Penrith Baptist Church, NSW

In designing the new Baptist Church in Penrith, NSW-based MSK Architects goal was to create a comfortable environment for the parish to enjoy all year round without relying on air-conditioning. There were several aspects that appealed to the architect about Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows: 1. The cross ventilation achieved by louvre windows was key to… Read more »

QLD Government Cyclone Shelters

As part of a $60 million Queensland Government cyclone shelter program, over 1,000 Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows and louvre window panels have been installed in more than a dozen public schools and community centres across the state. The shelters are designed to provide protection from winds up to 306km per hour experienced in a Category… Read more »

CC Cares Facility, ACT

CC Cares @ Canberra College is an educational facility for pregnant and parenting students from the ACT and surrounding districts. When designing the building, ACT-based May Russell Architects were looking for a window solution that would provide a means of ventilation for the users that could easily connect with the building’s building management system (BMS).… Read more »

Start Training Centre – Frankston TAFE

The $18.5 million START (School TAFE Alliance for Regional Training) Training Centre located Frankston, Victoria, is one of the largest trade training centres in Australia. It is a purpose-built centre with learning spaces for trade-based qualifications including painting, welding, carpentry and other similar subjects. Maximisation of natural ventilation throughout the whole building was a key… Read more »

Canberra Region Cancer Centre, ACT

The Canberra Region Cancer Centre is an outpatient medical facility for patients receiving their medications intravenously. The facility delivers a highly controlled environment, ensuring that there is no cross-contamination of air entering or escaping the building. The superior seals featured around each Safetyline Jalousie louvre blade provide a perfect solution for this controlled environment. At… Read more »

The Snow Centre for Education in the Asian Century, Canberra Grammar School, ACT

Canberra-based architectural firm Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn chose Safetyline Jalousie for the louvered windows at the new Snow Centre at Canberra Grammar School. The architects worked closely with an engineering consultant NDY, who had specified Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows on previous projects. Based on their recommendation, the architects were exposed to Safetyline Jalousie for the… Read more »

Airtrain Citylink QLD

Airtrain is a privately owned and operated railway located at Brisbane Airport providing transport between Brisbane Airport, Brisbane City and on to the Gold Coast. When designing the Airtrain Station building, W.I.M Architects were careful to specify windows that delivered an acoustic performance strong enough to cope with the high level of aircraft noise. Safetyline… Read more »

Meriton Luna Apartments Lewisham, NSW

Wide spans, strict Railcorp regulations & an impressive acoustic performance were three of the main reasons architectural firm PTW recommended Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows to Meriton for their Luna Apartments project in Lewisham, NSW. Architect Michael Yim was particularly impressed with the neat look of the larger span and the ability to customise the width… Read more »

Louvre Windows achieve 800pa Water Resistance Rating

Already outperforming most louvre windows on the market, Safetyline Jalousie’s recent test results elevate them to a whole new level of performance. Higher ratings in wind and water performance now make Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows an even more versatile option for architects looking for sustainable solutions and new design possibilities. Tests undertaken by an independent,… Read more »

Rosebery Apartments, NSW

Lone Star Constructions was engaged to construct this 7 storey apartment block in Rosebery, NSW. A key feature of the architectural plan was the construction of a 7 storey glass and timber section designed to provide 75% ventilation using fixed windows through the foyer area of each floor. The plans did not specify any branded… Read more »

Ten Reasons Why Safetyline Jalousie Louvre Windows are Ideal for High Rise Buildings

1. EFFICIENT CROSS FLOW VENTILATION There is no doubt that louvre windows have always provided the best solution for maximising air flow and ventilation in buildings. Architects KANNFINCH in association with DC Studio and interiors by Koichi Takoda Architects selected Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows to complement the overall glazing component of Aqua Apartments in Bondi… Read more »

Westfield Pacific Fair, QLD

The brief for louvre windows at Westfield Pacific Fair included several key elements: The ability to be fixed open at a particular angle to allow consistent 30% airflow and provide ventilation in the case of fire The flexibility to be custom built to meet the widths specified by pre-fabricated structural steel To be corrosion proof,… Read more »

Safetyline Jalousie Visit Batimat, Paris

Last year, the management team visited BATIMAT 2015, the world’s most comprehensive showcase of solutions, demonstrations and training for all sectors of the building and architecture industry. More than 2,600 French and international exhibitors participate in the event which attracts over 350,000 visitors. Safetyline Jalousie’s General Manager, Leigh Rust (2nd from right), Operations Manager, Nathan… Read more »

Johanna O’Dea Court, Camperdown, NSW

Safety and security were the key priorities in the refurbishment of Johanna O’Dea Court, a landmark multi-storey NSW Family and Community Services apartment block located in Camperdown, NSW. After falling into a serious state of disrepair, the building recently underwent a complete refurbishment to upgrade the facilities to provide a safe, secure, amenable place for… Read more »

Sound Insulation Properties impress Architects

Louvre windows have never been synonymous with sound insulation. But now, a new breed of louvre windows have achieved more impressive sound insulation properties than ever. So much so that they have been specified by architects and installed in high-noise buildings such as the Virgin Lounge at Gold Coast International Airport and the offices of… Read more »

1 Bligh, Sydney, NSW

1 Bligh Street, Sydney is the next generation in high performing sustainable office space combining leading edge design, technology and sustainability in a premier location in the Sydney financial hub. Designed to achieve a 6 star Green StarOffice Design v2 Certified rating, this flagship tower of 42,000sqm over 28 levels of office space has a… Read more »

A Unique Approach to Student Accommodation

In an effort to enhance the aesthetics and maximise the use of space in what are typically small apartments, architects are embracing the challenge and designing innovative new student accommodation projects. To support their design direction and achieve the project objectives, architects are increasingly looking for building products that stretch the boundaries of the past… Read more »

Serrata Apartments, Victoria

Serrata Apartments, located in Victor Harbour, Docklands, is an edgy, design focused apartment development only moments from Collins Street and Melbourne’s CBD. The 15 level residential building with 144 apartments has been recognised with two architecture awards and the highest green star rating from the Green Building Council of Australia. The building incorporates a range… Read more »

Chelmer Residence, QLD

Ventilation was a key challenge in the design of this property, 7km west of Brisbane’s CBD in the riverside suburb of Chelmer. The home’s french doors and sliding windows weren’t making the best use of cooling breezes coming off the Brisbane River – Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows were an ideal solution. Louvre windows provide twice… Read more »

Wellington Point Residence, QLD

Privacy, ventilation and a stylish, contemporary look were the key requirements for this home in the picturesque seaside village of Wellington Point, 22km east of Brisbane. The house features extensive use of timber inside and out, contrasting with charcoal weatherboard cladding and trim externally. Black powder coated louvres and frames were chosen to complement this… Read more »

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