The creation of a new product does not always arise from market research or from sitting down and brainstorming. Rather, sometimes it is enough to carry out a much simpler operation: listen to the needs of one’s customers, thanks to which it is possible to realize what products they really need. And it is indeed precisely in this way that the angular version of the Phantom roller blind was developed.
This year, from May to the end of August, we worked on the installation of about 60 Phantom model systems in the offices of a German company operating in the automotive sector. We reached the city of Regensburg and our technicians took care of the whole project, from measuring to the design phase, all the way to installation.
The latter, in particular, was performed in two different yet close phases. The first was the integration of the recessed structure inside the false ceiling; the second concerned the installation of the blinds, with calibration and final testing.
And it was precisely during the first phase that we devised a customized solution to respond to a specific need of our client’s part: indeed, we created an angular version of Phantom with the aim of optimizing the total solar coverage and of preserving the aesthetic continuity with the roller blind installation on the offices’ strip windows.
For this project we selected the C 5078 fabric, a product obtained fully from recycled PET bottles and which allows a good transparency of the fabric without giving up sun protection features. A choice that we made to offer our customers a type of blind that is elegant, sophisticated but also designed and built respecting the environment.
This collaboration, therefore, did not only allow us to transform an interesting and rigorous project into something concrete and aesthetically refined in its simplicity; rather, it also gave us the opportunity to experiment with a new product that has now officially become part of what Mycore offers.
Welcome, Phantom Angle.