Aligned with architecture: Pavilion H by Kettal Studio

Kettal has launched Pavilion H to further align the system with architecture. Tools were developed to integrate the range within an architectural context in order to create open, free-flowing spaces through the introduction of elements such as luminosity, transparency and structural lightness and integrate them with different types of use and environments.

The Pavilion H series consists of a streamlined aluminum structure, with a number of options to choose with regard to ceilings, including: waterproof, polycarbonate, venetian, electric bioclimatic, aluminum and wood. Various options are available for the side panels, including sliding panels in fabric, wood and aluminum, or fixed panels with shelves, aluminum or wooden adjustable blinds, stone and glass side panels and curtains, among others.

The Pavilion H range also includes various models of spotlights for lighting. Other elements available include: power socket, television stand and floor. Customers can configure their own space with a choice of more than 30 aluminum colors and more than 50 fabric options on offer in the Terrain Fabrics and Parallels collections.

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HOTEL OPTIMIZATION PART 2 | SEPTEMBER 10 & 24, 2020

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