Squid, developed and woven by Lampe Textiles, can be used with any type and shape of window. The fabric is both moisture and heat resistant, and very easy to tailor to exact specifications. Squid is a transparent fabric that enables users to see out during the day, but largely restricts people outside from being able to look in.
The fabric has a natural feel. Its unique texture makes it easy to care for and suitable for any interior or type of architecture. Squid works fine at temperatures up to 60°C and is fire retardant (M1/B1), so it can be used in areas with strict fire safety requirements.
This window decoration suits any interior and type of architecture and the five colours have been carefully selected to match any décor.
Squid has been exposed to strong solar radiation and humidity in a laboratory environment. Heat from the sun is blocked twice when using Squid: firstly because there’s no air gap between the sun-resistant material and the glass, and secondly because the fabric reflects some of the sunlight. Depending on the colour choosen, 25%–36% of the sun’s energy is reflected. Tests have shown that it reduces the temperature by at least 3°C.