Tarsus Atrium Skylight Project #1711

Five Star Retractable Systems, LLC, is a Libart USA distributor and has worked with the Libart team on some of the gallery project installations, within the US.

Project Details

  • Model Freestanding - D - SDKS
  • Size 14,50 x 20 m

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Tarsus Atrium Skylight Project #1711 Project Description

This amazing historical structure in Tarsus city in Mersin is thought to have been built by the Seljuk Turks sometime in 1557.  During its recent restoration they discovered a mosaic thought to be from the Grecian times.

As part of this restoration process,  Libart stepped in, designing a fully retractable skylight over the main atrium. This retractable enclosure features 8 bays and opens to allow fresh air in and out of the atrium.

Details

SDKS/R3 Retraction types, 14.5 mt x 20 mt – Freestanding D design, 4 modules – 8 bays, motorized operable in less than 5 minutes Top glazing 16X mm Solar Control PC, end-wall and sidewalls are covered with the 10mm Solar Control by PC material. The structural system is made of aluminum, and all other hardware is made of stainless steel.