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Mercure Rome Colosseum Center

A view of the Eternal City

KE Protezioni Solari

Mercure Rome Colosseum Center
Edited By Editorial Staff -

The view of the Colosseum is priceless from the top floor of this hotel near the Imperial Fora. The rooftop terrace has a pool and a bar, but required some form of roof, so KE was called in to help provide shade and protection. For over three decades, the company has been designing, engineering and manufacturing small and large outdoor shading systems. The charm of the Eternal City can now be calmly enjoyed from the hotel rooftop, in the comfort of the new shade. Based on the client’s brief, two Gennius Isola2 pergolas were used, with four Gennius Tens awnings mounted horizontally. KE’s solutions have a modern feel, can easily be customized and are very versatile. The Gennius system has four possible solutions: closed roof with PVC cover only, fully open roof, open PVC roof with Gennius Tens shading, and PVC closed rood with Gennius Tens as decoration. The awnings are only motorized, with a 130 cm cassette and a guide zip system. They can be ceiling- or wall-mounted. The Gennius Isola2 pergola is light and refined, with aluminum profiles and a white track. The system on the Hotel Mercure rooftop terrace really opens us this space, providing shelter from inclement weather and harsh sun.

 

KE PROTEZIONI SOLARI
Via Calnova 160/A - I - 30020 Noventa di Piave (VE)
Tel. +39 0421 307000
E-mail: info@keitaly.it - www.keoutdoordesign.it

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