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Maple install automated roller blinds at Edinburgh Porsche showroom

Posted by Alfie Newton on 27-Jul-2018 10:39:34

Porsche Edinburgh

Maple’s bespoke blinds are combining style with performance for a new Porsche dealership in Edinburgh.

We are supplying and installing 21 automated roller blinds throughout the dealership to protect the cars (and customers) from glare and heat gain from the sun. Further blinds were installed to the first-floor boardroom, training facilities and administration office.

As if the prestigious car brand and showroom design weren’t distinctive enough, we’ve created the blinds in Porsche’s corporate pearl grey, with a 1% openness factor.

A large, single cassetted blind has also been fitted across the vehicle entrance to the showroom ― printed with the Porsche marque and the centre name.

The project is the latest in a number for Porsche and other car dealerships, and strengthens our positive relationship with architects Axis 3 and our collaborative relationship with suppliers SHY UK.

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