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on June 30, 2015 9:49 am EDT
MechoSystems Debuts SoHo Shadecloth Collection at NeoCon 2015
Product allows more or less daylight into a space with a wider or denser weave, according to the unique solar orientation of each window wall.
The SoHo Collection consists of thin, finely woven yarns and distinctive colors. Image courtesy of MechoSystems.
The colors, while broadening the designer's palette, are subtle, supplying only a minimal accent.
MechoSystems of Long Island City, N.Y., provider of commercial window management solutions, launched a new line of shadecloths at NeoCon in June 2015. NeoCon is the world's largest commercial-interiors event.
The shadecloth collection, called SoHo, consists of thin, finely woven yarns and distinctive color themes. The shadecloths have a smooth texture and a soft hand for a gentle, decorous look. The colors, while broadening the designer's palette, are subtle, supplying only a minimal accent, the company reports.
All 12 are available in the same range of open weaves, allowing the specifier to maintain color consistency throughout a space while letting in more or less daylight with a wider or denser weave according to the unique solar orientation of each window wall. Features of the fabric:
• Available in 12 designer colors with 1%, 3%, or 5% openness.
• Refined 2 x 2 basket weave.
• Smooth texture.
• Soft hand.
"SoHo" is not simply a shorthand for elegance and refinement. The name of this collection commemorates MechoSystems' half-century-long journey from a cast-iron storefront south of New York City's Houston Street to the top of an industry, company reps report.