Light guidance systems from WAREMA allow you to easily create lighting effects in your home with the sun's light. To do so, simply guide the daylight wherever you want it. And enjoy a glare-free, feel-good atmosphere thanks to indirect lighting. For example by reflecting natural light onto a room's ceiling using our light guidance systems and illuminating it evenly in this way. Our control systems and WAREMA insect screens are an ideal supplement to WAREMA light guidance systems. Both guarantee you additional comfort and quality of life. Our high-grade light guidance systems are individually made for you. You can therefore rely on suitable solutions for your rooms.

WAREMA light guidance systems are made to measure. That means you get the right solution for your rooms.

Developed and manufactured in Germany – so that you can enjoy superior material quality and perfect functionality.

Since we have implemented widely differing projects around the world, we know what matters – and will offer you individual advice to suit your spatial requirements.

Clever solutions from WAREMA save energy and as a result costs – for example by using the daylight.

  • Top rail: Made of extruded aluminium profile, without surface treatment | With additional acoustic profile for noise-reduced top rail | Cover panel optional, powder-coated, in various shapes
  • Slats: Concave upper side, glossy | Widths of 50, 60 and 80 mm - available with one half perforated
  • Lateral guidance: Available with cable or rail guidance, or without a guide | Cable guidance by polyamide-sheathed steel wire cord | Rail guidance only possible with size 60 and 80 slats – only the bottom rail is guided
  • Bottom rail: Made of extruded aluminium, powder-coated

How can a sufficient amount of light be transported into the room without causing glare? The solution is to install a blind that can be divided into a top and bottom section, where the lower slats are closed while the upper slats remain positioned at a horizontal angle. Ideal for the workplace and conference rooms – and even for the living room at home.

Glare-free illumination of workstations and protection against prying eyes – vertical louvre blinds with daylight utilisation make it possible.

Our software tool supports you in planning the suitable sun shading system. The interactive, web-based tool provides brief descriptions, application examples and a wealth of additional information to help you select the right system. Furthermore, it contains a CAD configurator with which you can independently generate sections and views and adapt them to the structural conditions.

  • Slat upper side: Similar to RAL 9016 with a higher reflectance
  • Slat bottom side: RAL 7035 matt, light grey (to prevent glare)

These special slats for the daylight guiding venetian blinds are perforated on the room side. The blind therefore appears transparent when closed.

This avoids glare without blocking the view to the outside.

Together with the Fraunhoferinstitut, WAREMA has developed the Genius slat. On this special slat, the advantages of our classical slats have been further enhanced:

Heat protection: The new slat profile enables a very high reflection of direct sunlight, even when the slats are wide open. The matt white finish on the upper slat surface was developed especially for these slats and likewise achieves very high reflectance.

Daylight utilisation and view out: The slats can be kept at a large opening angle over long periods of the day.

Glare control: The underside of the slats is coated with a low-glare light grey finish that directs incident sunlight into the room with a neutral tone.

Genius daylight guiding venetian blinds can be installed in a freely-suspended manner, or with rail or cable guidance.

The regulation on computer workstations has been in the workplace ordinance since December 2016.

This standard governs the minimum requirements for safety and health protection when working at computer workstations, and therefore also applies to sun shading and glare protection systems.

Computer workstations must be set up in such a way that illuminating or illuminated surfaces do not cause glare and reflections on the screen to the extent possible. In addition, ambient lighting should be as uniform as possible, should not be too bright, and should rely as little as possible on artificial lighting.