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Aluminium Venetian Blinds

aluminium venetian blinds
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  • A window blind is a type of window covering which is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. A roller blind does not have slats but comprises a single piece of material.
  • Blinds constructed of horizontal strips of wood, aluminium or PVC, Gives a modern look to home or office and a large degree of light control
  • A hanging blind with slats that are held together by strips of webbing or ribbon
  • A window blind consisting of horizontal slats that can be pivoted to control the amount of light that passes through it
  • aluminum: a silvery ductile metallic element found primarily in bauxite
  • Aluminium ( ) or aluminum ( ) is a silvery white member of the boron group of chemical elements. It has the symbol Al and its atomic number is 13. It is not soluble in water under normal circumstances.
  • Aluminium is the name of a music project based upon an orchestral reworking of the music of the band The White Stripes. Its members are Richard Russell and Joby Talbot. Jack White, of the White Stripes, has endorsed the project.

Haegue Yang side
Haegue Yang side
Haegue Yang b. 1971, Seoul, Korea. Lives in Berlin, and Seoul, Korea Holiday For Tomorrow (2007) Wooden screens (Yes-I-Know-Screen); PVC, shells (Shell Sculpture); 10 multi-coloured Venetian blinds, steel cable (Blind Department); wooden platform with monitor showing 13 min DVD (Holiday Story). Courtesy of the artist and Barbara Wien, Berlin Haegue Yang’s art resists a defining medium, yet in several recent sculptural installations she has employed Venetian blinds and screens to create intimate environments. In her work she attempts to reconcile personal experiences with abstract ones through a form of what she terms poetic activism. Holiday for Tomorrow considers our perception of time, and the emotional anticipation of holidays, those socially-agreed days in which labour is suspended and we attempt to rest our bodies and minds. At its centre is a video essay showing Seoul during the Korean harvest holiday Chuseok over which a female voice reflects on the postponement of desire and the dysfunctional hopes triggered by enforced leisure. Positioned alongside patterned wooden and aluminium blinds – which elicit a partitioned space of seclusion – Shell Sculpture might remind us of both lazy seaside holidays and Scholar’s Rocks which invite contemplation. Photo: Carl Newland
6 More London Place
6 More London Place
London Borough of Southwark. Architects: Foster + Partners; Aluminium tube "venetian blind": Levolux. The sunshade side is accentuated by the aluminium slats whereas the reflective glazing on the other side makes that almost invisible. [2009XII11B]

aluminium venetian blinds