Parasoleil designs and manufactures an exceptional line of laser-cut architectural metal panels with unique patterns that offer a profoundly artistic aesthetic to any space.
Engineered to withstand the elements and made in the United States, these decorative panels provide a functional and durable design that is warrantied to last.
With these decorative panels, you can make a dramatic and artistic wall solution, Shade unique architectural places, or create visual privacy.
Parasoleil’s project guidance, proprietary hardware and installation system, production dependability, and beautiful powder coats ensure your project’s vision comes to life in a memorable and lasting way.
Parasoleil customized not only the size of the 400+ panels installed and their borders, but also adapted the pattern to a minimum of 23% openness for any given panel.
The pattern was developed to fit the exact architectural language of the space, leaves and vines with an intentional nod to the surrounding agricultural wine economy...
The new center needed a unique identity for a gathering place reflecting the strong “pattern-making” arts culture of the American Southwest. Natural light was a key element in the design.
Cladding an entire interior lobby core and climbing up the building for each major elevator lobby, these panels tie to the regions history of rich copper production.
Mariposa VII was an Affordable Housing Project that was the second-to-last phase of the City and County of Denver’s larger South Lincoln HOPE VI redevelopment.