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Even though it was designed to be used as individual profiles for vertical façade cladding, it was clear to Renson from the very first stroke of the designer’s pen that Linarte had much more to offer. Free-standing walls, garden benches and planters, or a fixed wall under a patio cover… the vertical design can be used anywhere to achieve a consistent overall design and a neatly finished garden. And this is also true in garden fencing.
Avoiding overheating – especially in terms of the large glass surfaces of curtain walls – was the catalyst that inspired Reynaers Aluminium to team up with Renson to search for the ultimate product combination of curtain walls and sun protection. These two Belgian businesses joined forces on the Reynaers Aluminium ConceptWall 50 and Renson Fixscreen Minimal Curtain Wall 50.  The result is an exhaustively tested Belgian total solution that makes life easier for everyone involved in the const...
Renson can now add a new international award to its trophy cabinet. The Red Dot Product Design Award for Fixscreen Minimal puts the latest addition to the windproof sun protection fabric range among the winners. The fact that the Belgian sun protection manufacturer is able to reconcile minimalist design with a maximum of application possibilities has also attracted international attention.  
The acquisition of Issey Sun Shade Systems in Perth means Renson will be starting production of windproof Fixscreen sun protection fabric in Australia in 2022. With this, the Belgian family business – after recently opening production sites in the USA and China – is taking another step towards achieving its international ambitions as a global player in sun protection , ventilation , and outdoor living .   
At the official presentation of the Henry van de Velde Awards in Brussels, Renson was declared winner of the 'Company Award'. According to the jury, the Waregem-based trendsetter in ventilation, sun protection and outdoor living owes this award to its unceasing drive to innovate and apply the art of functional design to make our homes and workplaces both healthy and comfortable.​
A building from 1998 without a ventilation system? As a resident, you may well wonder about the quality of the indoor air. Unfortunately, you can’t assess this accurately yourself, which is why Sarah De Neve (28) and her partner Cedric bought the Renson Sense. Surprisingly, the CO2 content complied with the values for ‘healthy indoor air’. But the device raised a few other interesting issues.   
The Yard is an eight-storey residential building in Kreuzberg, Berlin. The penthouses on the top two storeys have been fitted with storm-proof Fixscreens from Renson as sun protection . Large, sleek and vanishingly slim, this high-performance sun protection system gives the penthouses an exceptional allure of elegance.