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The first groundbreaking has taken place. Follow the coming months the construction process of our new production hall and its 14-meter-high stage tower in Volgelsheim/France live on our website.
Keith Roeckle, Director of Instrumental Studies at the Lawrenceville School explained the value of the ABSORBER LIGHT curtains to them: “The new curtains in Dresdner Hall have provided us with a unique situation – not only do they perform a visually aesthetic function, they provide a means to change the room to the purpose.
Use of variable absorber systems in the Great and Small Hall of the currently most famous concert hall in the world. Special feature: a worldwide new technology is used in the Great Hall. Here, the acoustic roller banners are not lowered from the ceiling, but are moved upwards from the parquet floor.
ESI Design created for Terrell Place in Washington D.C. a more harmonious interior and a contemporary, exciting work destination. They transformed the space by treating it as a single media canvas. ESI Design’s vision called i. a. for 11 different diffusion screens made from Gerriets FROST diffusion film.
In addition to the classic application of CARGO as a heavy duty track, it is also possible to use it as a flybar. An extremely low rolling resistance, high load capacity, impressive span length and many other quality features are the quality characteristics of the Gerriets system.
Spectacular 3D projections are now created easier than ever before with the innovative and ultra-lightweight projection gauze. From 3D hologram effects to three-dimensional stage design and impressive projection mapping – Holo-Gauze© performs convincingly in any 3D application.
Acoustically transparent, air-permeable and shady! The high-quality polyester is chlorine-resistant, water-repellent, PVC-free, UV-resistant and certified with the Öko-Tex® Standard 100. The application possibilities of the innovative outdoor textile are versatile.
Artist Yadegar Asisi takes visitors of the Panometer into a new world with his latest work 3,800 meters below the ocean’s surface to the wreck of the Titanic. The fourth installation of Yadegar Asisi’s panoramic work was revealed using Gerriets Kabuki G2 curtain drop system on January 28, 2017 in Leipzig, Germany.