Prihoda was specified to design and supply high quality fabric ducting systems for a restaurant area within the Eden Project. The duct provided two distinct air patterns. At the front of the duct, facing the restaurant, air exited large diameter laser cut perforations to jet into the seating area. In contrast, at the back of the duct, facing the serving staff, blocks of 0.4mm micro perforations were used, allowing large volumes of air to exit very small diameter laser cut perforations. Therefore, the back of the duct is providing a gentle cooling effect to the serving staff without being draughty whilst the front of the duct supplies make up air for the restaurant clientele.
Prihoda also installed a series of LED lighting with the half round ducts to create an interesting feature within the restaurant area.
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