Can an awning be merged visually into the architecture of a house? The Markilux 3300 proves that it can, according to Acoola Europe. “Depending on the structural situation, this designer awning, with its smooth front profile, disappears completely into a wall or precisely into a recess. When extended, it comes into its own with dimensions of up to seven by four meters. And you can shade even larger areas by coupling up to three single awnings together.”
Also available from Acoola, the B250 XL aluminum outdoor living pergola, with 21-centimeter wide louvers, is a splash-proof version of the B200 XL. Thanks to the “perfect” fit of the blades onto the gutters, the roof is splash-proof, while wind resistance (CE wind class 2) is also guar-anteed. For those who choose the optional integrated ZIP screens and patio heating, the roof is wind-free (CE wind class 2) and the pleasant radiant heat is also better maintained. In addition, the screens can be divided by a door pole to create an opening and a fast passage.
“The design of the B250 XL is more stylish than ever and the roof can be closed perfectly. Furthermore, create the right atmosphere with dimmable lighting such as a LED strip in the louvres or spots in the frame.” The Brustor terrace roofs with RTS control can be operated easily with a smartphone or tablet, and even with a speech assistant such as Google Home or Amazon Alexa.
Acoola’s showroom is situated in Pol. Ind. San Pedro Alcántara, Carril Picaza, Nave 30, Marbella