Managing the sun rays is essential to avoid negative impacts. When going through the glazed surface, the sun rays can overheat the room. Installing sun-shading equipment like brise-soleil will protect the building from overheating by barring the sun rays before they reach the glazed surface. This sun-shading solution is then efficient, eco-friendly aesthetics and economical. 


Four essential points


To prevent discomfort caused from the direct sun rays on glazed surfaces like heat and glare effects, it is essential to manage the natural light input soi t remains beneficial to the building and occupants’ comfort. Sun-shading solutions (fix or mobile) will answer such challenges while considering the orientation of the building, through rotating brise-soleils following the sun course all-day long. 

Savings and Ecological

Installing sun-shading solutions on a building overheating during the summer will help reducing the use of cooling systems, and therefore help saving energy/money while reducing the building’s ecological footprint. 


Our sun-shading solutions can be installed on a façade or roof, on new or renovation projects and adapt to any architectural design. 

How to integrate sun-shading in buildings ?

According to the orientation of the glazed surface, or the building’s design, our sun-shading solutions can be integrated within the façade or roof. To better answer your needs and requirements, the frame’s blades can be fix or mobile, pivoting or not. 


Our strengths, your advantages

Case study - Management Center MACIF, Niort (79)


To ensure thermal and visual comfort inside the new building « management building MACIF » located in NIORT (79), we recommended the installation of a sun-shading solution considering a large, glazed surface (curtain wall type).  


To meet the requirements while respecting the design and architecture of the façade, the engineering office considered the building’s orientation, its configuration and the balance between natural light and sun-shading.  

Results & advantages 

  • Prevent summer overheating effect by blocking the direct sun rays (thermal comfort). 
  • Reduce the glare effect (visual comfort). 
  • Regulate the concealment according on needs (thermal and visual comfort). 
  • Reduce or prevent the use of air conditioning systems.