The "One-Window House" by Touraine Richmond Architects required curtains that would reflect heat and provide privacy. The curtains were made with white velour and backed with an agricultural fabric that consists of woven aluminum strips.
Photo Credits | Michael Weschler
The white velour can be separated from the backing and dry cleaned
The aluminum striping pattern matches the corrugated metal
Black-out cloth was used as a backing for the bedroom curtain
A silver box!