Silent Gliss join bimstore!

Kent-based Silent Gliss are the pioneers of the silent curtain track.


We are pleased to welcome Silent Gliss Ltd to bimstore. Silent Gliss is the leading global supplier of premium interior window treatments. Since they were founded in 1952, they have led the way in the development and manufacturing of curtain tracks and blind systems with their products installed in high-end residential and commercial properties in all four corners of the globe, notable projects include work in Japan, Denmark, Switzerland, France, Germany and the United Arab Emirates.

We recognise the growing importance of BIM, particularly as our transition to a digitally driven landscape gains momentum.


They specialise in bespoke, made-to-measure shading systems, whether manually or electrically operated, windows, skylights or room dividers. Their breadth of product range offers inspiration for any project no matter how big or small. Recognised for high-quality, engineered solutions, their products are universally acknowledged as industry-leading.

Silent Gliss recognise the need to ensure that their BIM models are widely available and for that reason, they have joined bimstore, the leading knowledge platform for all things BIM.

They are already in some of bimstore's curated collections and you can view their full BIM offering by clicking here.

www.silentgliss.co.uk

*images supplied by Silent Gliss Ltd.

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