Architecturally designed sun louvres are used to add finesse, form and function to a building. Well designed sun louvres can be a beautiful addition to a structure enabling the natural environmental elements to work effortlessly with the design of a building to create shade, air flow and an aesthetic appeal.
Kudos architectural louvres provide clients with an eclectic choice of performance engineered architecturally designed louvre blades which can be used in both fixed and operable situations.
These blade choices include the classic Airfoil shaped blade at 70mm, 90mm, 125mm, 175mm and 200mm. The Airfoil range is complemented by the Quad and the Shiplap louvres.
The Kudos Quad 190 and 115 and subtle rectangular shaped louvres made from 3mm thick aluminium extrusions with 316 marine grade stainless steel fittings. With clean straight lines and sharp edges, the Quad operable of fixed louvre blends well with both contemporary and classic architecture. The Quad louvres can be manually operable, automated, end fixed or bracket fixed to suit any design situation, overhead, horizontal or in the vertically running.
Kudos have developed the Shiplap louvre to achieve fully operable panels that close into a flat flush screen. Inspired by architectural weatherboarding, Shiplap can be used in horizontal, vertical and overhead configurations. All panels can be motorised or hand operable.
As with the Shiplap louvre, all Kudos louvres can be used to a variety of hand operated, manual crank handle or motorised options. All Kudos blades can also be used as end fixed louvres. End fixed louvres are secured by channels/sections screw-fixed into their ends. If the the pitch and size of the louvres dictates that the blades protrude in front of and behind the channels, then end caps will be provided to seal the louvre and ensure a neat finish.