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Sala San Luigi

San Martino in Argine (Italy)

The Roman curtain made of ATS - Toscana canvas with motorized opening.To be noticed the several other small size draperies realized with the same fabric that complete the furnishing of the hall. The draperies are operated with some Mini rail systems.
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The Roman curtain without truss seen from the back in the closing position.In evidence† the type of making with rods and lifting with stretched bottom edge.
The stage behind the Roman curtain during the installation ...
... and at its end.
The Roman curtain at the end of the opening.
The motorized 9SW - Longitudinal system ad hoc for Roman curtain without Truss ...
... made using 4TA 5 - Auto-blocking TFE multi-race pulley.
The hall viewed from the stage.Several small size draperies realized with ATS - Toscana canvas natural colour and 14. dark blue COS - Oscurante molton complete the furnishing of the hall.The draperies use several Mini rail systems.
This poly-functional hall recovered by a rural building in disuse is an interesting example of hybrid place destined to be used in the innumerable circumstances of aggregation that can involve the parish community of San Martino in Argine (Molinella).
The element that characterizes the hall is the Roman curtain made of ATS - Toscana canvas 9 m wide and 5,30 m high that divides it in two parts.

Materials used in this production

1M - Mini

Track systems

ATS - Toscana

Muslin and canvas

COS - Oscurante

Duvetyne and blackout fabrics

Main curtains

Curtains for historical theaters

Roman curtains

Typology of curtain

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