Hunter Douglas Contract

January 2005
Environmental Design & Construction;Jan/Feb2005, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p41
Trade Publication
This article reports that for more than 80 years, Hunter Douglas Inc. has worked alongside the architecture and design community to set new standards in product design and performance. Guided by the principle that innovative products make innovative projects, the company has established a tradition of crafting groundbreaking solutions in the areas of window coverings, ceilings and solar control. Extending this tradition, Hunter Douglas recently introduced GreenScreen, the first PVC-free fabric designed exclusively for solar control.


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