New extended opening hours are being introduced when SHY moves to larger premises in Letchworth.
In a contemporary space, with a 13m angled rooflight, a shading solution was needed to control the glare whilst enabling daylight to still illuminate the gallery area from above.
SHY is delighted to announce that we’ll be moving to larger premises in Letchworth at the beginning of July 2018.
Sloping, high-level glazing in a prestigious London office development needed a shading solution to cope with temperature extremes and fluctuating humidity levels.
SHY is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. We want you to understand how we collect and use information about you.
This Grade 1 listed aviary needed a shading solution to protect its interior and the modern art it displays from roosting birds and nocturnal animals whilst protecting the integrity of the historic structure.
SHY’s dealer, Ashley Contracts had a challenge: how could they use a rollerblind to shade a tall, narrow window where the width to drop ratio exceeded three times the usual 1:3 parameters?
“Can you shade windows taller than a jumbo jet?” was the challenge for this site where a solution was needed to needed to shade the top 9m of curtain walling.
A rooflight is an excellent way of harvesting natural light especially when you have a space as big as this London apartment.
The shading solution for this bespoke conservatory was designed-in for ultimate performance and appearance. The result is a system that reduces heat gain and controls glare yet its rollers, motors and hardware are concealed.
It was no sweat for SHY when Bath University wanted blinds for their 1m x 35m high-level rooflights in their gym that also functions as a multi-purpose space.
SHY’s shading solution for the Outhouse is featured in issue 31 of Design Buy Build magazine.
When Dulwich Prep School built their new laboratory facility, its large glazing needed roller blinds that provided the ultimate control over light ingress.
The SHY team will be visiting R+T trade show on Tuesday 27th February, Wednesday 28th February or Thursday 1st March. We’d love to meet up with you!
Can you make us a commercial roller blind that is sloping, motorised and 26 square metres? That was the request made by PCMS Limited for their Clerkenwell project.
Unique interiors need unique solutions. So when this London Penthouse needed a shading solution to control light and heat gain, SHY’s versatile systems were ideal.
SHY is working towards its 20th year of trading with new branding, a new website, new fabrics and more!
We'll be exhibiting on stand 10 at the 2018 British Blnd and Shutter taking place 21-23 October 2018 at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, UK.
The SHY team is visiting R+T in Messe Stuttgart 27 February to 3 March 2018. See you there?
SHY's new fabric collection brings together the best fabrics available to cope with the extreme sizes, strength and stability of the roller blinds we manufacture.
SHY's dealer, Soltech Systems, was asked to solve the challenge of providing blinds to add privacy along a curved glass partition between the main pool and training pool.
A major renovation to a gallery in Leicester highlighted a need to provide black-out blinds between the frosted ceiling and a pitched Victorian glass roof with clerestory windows.
Rooflights allow natural light into the Greenbank Centre, but they wanted to avoid having too much light and heat that could cause problems for the building and its occupants.
A modern shading solution in this Grade II listed building minimises glare and heat gain in summer whilst retaining heat in winter
How we helped control the amount of light coming through a large cupola (ceiling dome)
How to protect and preserve a unique tapestry created by WW2 evacuees from sunlight and internal lighting was the challenge set by Sevenoaks Library.
The university needed to control the amount of light coming into the room plus both light filtering and blackout options.
Working with SHY’s dealer, Levolux, the architect’s question was: can you control the light from a rooflight 20m long, but just 1.5m wide?