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‘The Approachable City’ wins American Institute for Architects 2018 Design Competition

The public art installation, designed by Parasoleil and Future Wife,  comes to NYC for the institute’s conference June 21-22  Media contact: Anna Gebhardt 303-589-4524 anna@parasoleil.com Denver, Colo. – June 7, 2018 – The winning design for the public art installation sponsored by the American Institute for Architects is...

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Parasoleil introduces new pattern tool for custom metal cladding and overhead shade

Parasoleil introduces new pattern tool for custom metal cladding and overhead shade ‘Project Creator’ includes structural guidance, live quoting, and customizing control for architects Media contact: Anna Gebhardt FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 303-589-4524 anna@parasoleil.com Denver, Colo. – May 18, 2018 – Parasoleil has created a new...

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Parasoleil is not Unique in Bridging Architecture with Nature

Parasoleil is constantly inspired by timeless design along with the new breath of fresh ideas that challenge our notions of what is best in the built environment. In our attempt to define what we do, to give purpose to our daily work and an understanding of what we do best, we have realized that we hold a unique place in architectural design. We...

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Project Creator: Parasoleil's latest design tool innovation

The New Project Creator Platform Offers Users a Custom ExperienceWhen it comes to decorative panels for shade, screening, railing, and cladding, creative professionals and homeowners alike turn to Parasoleil. Our unique line of architectural metal panels that filter and sculpt light are specially engineered to withstand the elements, while adorning...

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Summertime is the perfect time for Parasoleil Quick Ship panels!

Tis the season for sunshine, outdoor projects, backyard barbecues, and lounging by the pool. What could be better?! And while a healthy dose of Vitamin D should be on the list, so should finding a spot of respite from the summer’s heat under a cool shaded area. Queue: Parasoleil Quick Ship program. Parasoleil Quick Ship panels are the perfect solut...

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Parasoleil Hires Savvy Marketing Manager

Ashley Eleveld to lead marketing initiatives to drive brand awareness and customer engagement Westminster, CO, February 3, 2017 – Parasoleil, a Colorado-based award-winning designer and manufacturer of aesthetic and functional architectural panels, is pleased to announce Ashley Eleveld has joined the team as its new Marketing Manager. In h...

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Halcyon Hotel Opens in Cherry Creek

"The first hotel to open in Cherry Creek North in a decade welcomed its first guests this week, offering an independent option to corporate and leisure travelers looking to stay in the tony Denver neighborhood." And it is clad in Parasoleil Panels!   We are honored and thrilled to be part of such an important and distinctiv...

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Local product designer celebrates 10 years after Innovative Recognition from 9NEWS at the CO Garden and Home Show

10 years ago, 9News interviewed our founder, Uriah Bueller, as having brought one of the top 10 innovative products to the Garden and Home Show in 2006. Back then, the product was only named, "Copper Shade Panels," and the company focused on the residential landscape market. Now with design and manufacturing still here in the Denver area,...

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Parasoleil introduces Universal Harware System

Commercial Construction & Renovation announces Parasoleil's new product line! http://www.ccr-mag.com/parasoleil-universal-system-hardware/

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Parasoleil Releases Universal System Hardware for Top Applications

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Parasoleil Releases Universal System Hardware for Top Applications Westminster, Colorado, USA November 9, 2015 Shade systems, privacy screening, design branding railings, and decorative cladding now have hardware, brackets, and fasteners specifically designed to be integrated with Parasoleil panels. To be releas...

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Robert DeVries Joins Parasoleil as CMO

Parasoleil Names Robert DeVries Chief Marketing Officer Former Figueras President, USA Will Oversee Growing Sales Rep Network and Channel Development WESTMINSTER, CO; August 5, 2015. Parasoleil, manufacturers and designers of architectural panels has named Robert DeVries as Chief Marketing Officer. Mr. DeVries, who had been President, USA at F...

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Parasoleil Featured on Tiny House Nation

Parasoleil panels steal the show! Check out this episode of Tiny House Nation showcasing the work of talented designer Kim Lewis! http://www.lonny.com/Small+Spaces/articles/5ql7ao4T4co/400+Square+Foot+House+Austin+Packed+Ideas So cool! Great job Kim!

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Instant Shade - Phoenix Home & Garden

Parasoleil featured in Phoenix Home & Garden A HOT PATIO GETS A COOL DOWN WITH ARCHITECTURAL PANELS When temperatures heat up, so can outdoor living spaces, especially when they’re not protected from the sun. For Phoenix residents Juliana and Jim Caviolo, their backyard patio was not a place they ventured to often. Although covered, its ope...

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Ask-Uriah: Urban-Look Alternatives to Cor-ten Steel

QUESTION: I'm redesigning a condo complex and want to camouflage the railings with something that gives them a rusted metal or urban/metallic look. We like Cor-ten, but it is too thick and expensive. Do you have any suggestions? ANSWER: Yes! As you know, Cor-ten is a brand name for A 242 and A 588 steel which is designed to r...

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5 Fun Facts about the Parasol...

It doesn't take a genius to realize that Parasoleil's name was taken from the parasol. Here's a little info-and five fun facts-about the invention that inspired our name. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, a parasol is "a lightweight umbrella used, especially by women, as a sunshade." The word was first used by the French in 1580. The...

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Parasoleil is Like Choose Your Own Adventure

Remember the Choose Your Own Adventure novels? Most of them were science fiction and fantasy. Some of them were mystery and thriller. A few were westerns or knight tales. The basic concept was that you'd read until you got to a crucial plot twist, then you'd be given two options (sometimes more). The option page usually read something like...

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