Teignmouth Golf Club

The Challenge

We were asked to block out as much light as possible whilst providing access and visibility through the sliding glass door.

The Solution

We suggested a vertical blind that enabled the staff to open the door freely, show off the simulator when not in use and block out as much light as possible with a fabric from our Banlight range.

Jon Axford the head teaching professional at Teignmouth golf club asked for our advice on how to dress the window and block out as much light possible in the new golf lab and simulator at Teignmouth golf club.
Jon requested that when the studio was not in use that people could still see through the window as to advertise the luxurious new studio, also he needed the ability to close off the room for private lessons whilst blocking out as much light as possible so that people felt truly immersed in the simulator experience. Jon also asked if could match either of the tiles that frame the simulator screen, we went one better and matched both tile colours with grey and black alternating louvres.

We have also fitted new blinds in the committee room at Teignmouth golf club. Mark the general manager asked us to match the verticals in the offices with some roller blinds to keep the sun out and also provide privacy for meetings and room hire.