The Choice of Architects, Designers and Builders Worldwide
The highest compliment that can be paid to any building material is for an architect to use the product on his own home or most important projects. But when it comes to Madico's award-winning window films, the honor is bestowed again and again.
Graham Gund, who is not only one of the world's most celebrated architects, but also the director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, has SunScape Select installed on the windows of his private residences. Juan Carlos Arcila-Duque, the hottest designer in South Beach, Miami, was so enchanted by a Madico decorative film he incorporated into a project that he applied the film to his personal loft's interior glass. Impressionist architect Frank Gehry, best known for his asymmetrically shaped steel designs, has relied on Madico's solar control and decorative films in several of his most recognized works.
But Madico's films are not only used by the most famous people in the architectural industry, they are also used to protect and beautify the most famous buildings. The iconic glass pyramid that serves as the entry at the Louvre in Paris is coated with our solar control film to protect visitors from the damaging effects of ultraviolet rays. The same goes for the atrium at Spain's Guggenheim Museum Bilbao.
So whether for the magnificent residence of a renowned architect; a world-class building such as the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia; or your own private home, Madico offers a window film product designed to preserve what's truly important: the environments in which we live and work.