Case Study for Interior Designers

American Society of Interior Designers [ASID] Report
ASID Report, the Professional Design Digest July / August 1996.
“Vista Window Film, a high light-transmission product that substantially reduces energy consumption by cutting heat gain as well as loss through glass. Vista film guards against fading of fabrics, carpets and artwork by eliminating 99 percent of harmful UV rays. Vista also enhances the look of any room by reducing glare, hot spots and reflection.”


Please read what designer Joseph A. Szymczak has to say about window film from Vista.

As a designer, I need to create interiors that not only express my client’s individual style, but have the power to endure time.  When we go through the effort to create original furniture, custom upholstered pieces and custom hand tied floor covering, we have to ensure that damage and fading from the sun are kept to an absolute minimum.  I recommend Vista Window Film as an investment for my clients.  We recognize that comparative to the cost of replacing furnishings and materials damaged by the sun, the cost of Vista Window Film is a very economical insurance policy.

As a given in current architecture, windows play a large role in forming the feeling and style of a home.  The increase in wall space given over to windows has created the need to control the amount and quality of light entering the home.  Although a client may want the aesthetic appeal of a wall of windows, they don’t want the accompanying harsh glare and heat transfer.

We have used Vista Window Film on a variety of projects:

  • Residential Homes
  • High Rise Condominiums
  • Corporate Offices
  • Sunrooms

In addition to providing a more comfortable environment by cutting glare and heat, the product has an enormous benefit for clients with art collections.  The need to reduce fading is a given, and we have found the product exemplary in protecting art pieces where light damage is a concern.

Case History ©2016 Vista Window Film

Cebula Design, Inc. is an interior design firm dedicated to creating dwellings that personify a client’s lifestyle and aesthetic sensibilities.  Headed by interior designer, Michael Cebula, and general manager, Jeffrey Adams, Cebula Design creations have graced the covers of leading national home magazines.  Michael has also enjoyed the limelight as guest designer on New England Cable News’ (NECN) New England Dream House, Boston’s interior design television program.

The firm’s portfolio runs the gamut from expansive contemporary condominiums in new York City’s Soho district to prestigious homes from West Palm Beach to Boston’s Back Bay.  And, Cebula Design’s art division is growing rapidly as their sophisticated clientele require art ranging from decorative to collector quality.

The protection of the firm’s pristine creativity is an integral part of all Cebula proposals, with their recommendation for the installation of Vista SpectraSelect solar control window film to safeguard clients’ furnishings.

Vista SpectraSelect allows sunlight to shine brightly through glass, illuminating interiors, and providing high visibility while taking the heat (near infrared) out of the sun’s rays and totally blocking ultraviolet light.  UV light and heat are the principal causes of fading of furnishing, fabrics and carpets, as well as fine woods, antiques and artworks.  Views through glass fitted with Vista SpectraSelect 75 usually appear to be more sharply focused than through untreated glass.  The nearly invisible film will not change the appearance of the glass.

“We recommend that the finishing touch on all our projects be Vista Window Film for a lifetime of protection,” quotes Jeffrey Adams.  “It’s just the appropriate thing to do to protect our clients’ treasures.”
Case History ©2016 Vista Window Film

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