Fabric shading system for Selfridges

Fabric shading system for Selfridges

RENSON® Lagune® external fabric shading system enables tea at all times on the rooftop terrace on Oxford Street.

A RENSON® Lagune®; an external fabric shading system, was installed on the roof of Selfridges in Oxford Street in London. The terrace covering enables the customers of the Daylesford rooftop Café to dine or have a tea ‘alfresco’, without having to think about sun, rain, wind or coldness.

The space was transformed into a roof terrace café allowing the highest afternoon tea on Oxford Street or a round of crazy golf on a temporary 9-hole golf course. This rooftop café is open daily from 12 noon until 10 pm, allowing customers to dine outside while watching the rooftops or the sunset over London.

Given the famous unpredictability of the British weather, Selfridges was keen to ensure people would be able to enjoy its roof top, come rain or shine. Selfridges found an appropriate solution using the RENSON® Lagune®.

RENSON® installed a covering of 20 m by 5 m to create a more usable space. According to Daylesford, this Lagune® has allowed them to use the terrace during all of this summer’s weather conditions and to serve more people – an important benefit as London was set to receive an unprecedented number of tourists in this historic year.

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Renson Fabrications

Renson Fabrications

RENSON®'s mission is the ongoing development and manufacturing of commercial and residential natural air ventilation products. These products have a positive environmental impact. They have none or minimal operational costs, they reduce exterior...
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