Delano Hotel


Systems: Draperies, Roller Shades, Roman Shades

Fabrics: Pinpointe and Technic Voile fireresistant fabric

The Delano Hotel, built in 1947 by Rob and Rose Schwartz, was originally a military building and its Art Deco tower was the tallest in Miami. In 1994, the building was remodeled under the direction of worldrenowned designer Philippe Starck and subsequently reopened as a hotel, bearing the name of former United States President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

This hotel stands out for its elegance and style, its straight lines and its unbeatable location overlooking Miami Beach. In 2007, it was selected to form part of the of the America's Favorite Architecture list by the American Institute of Architects, and in 2012 the AIA (American Institute of Architects) selected it for inclusion on the list Florida Architecture: 100 Years. 100 Places.

In 2015, Bandalux installed its traditional blinds, roller shades and Roman shades.

For the lobby, they opted for traditional blinds with Technic Voile fireresistant fabric, while the rooms were provided with roller shades with Pinpointe blackout fabric behind a top layer of Roman shades. Motors were installed for the shades in the rooms for the disabled, to facilitate use.