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THE MANY FACES OF KALWALL

This project by Mellor architects is the School of Art and Design at the University of Central Lancashire.  It’s a great example of the quality of glare-free daylight Kalwall produces and the unique ambience it creates. There are many reasons to specify Kalwall - increased insulation (‘U’ Values from 1.25W/m2K to 0.28W/m2K are possible), solar control (eliminating glare and shadows), external noise control, aesthetics, privacy, reduced energy costs, elimination of curtains or blinds ...

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