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  • Cuningham Group Architecture, Phoenix

    L1800W Dayliter Shades offer protection from the fierce afternoon sun in this former Farmers and Stockmen’s bank-turned architectural studio.
  • Introducing the Dayliter Shading System

    S 2100 Dayliter Shade featuring black powder coat finish illustrates how the lightshelf expands the daylight zone within the space.
  • Susquehanna Health

    Introducing the Dayliter and Skyliter Shading Systems featuring operable fabric lightshelves with integral roller shade for glare free daylighting of interior spaces.
  • Jersey Shore State Bank, Williamsport

    From Tree house to corporate boardroom the new Skyliter Shading System with motorized lightshelves is the perfect solution to solar heat gain on this sloped glass facade.
  • Colorado Doorways

    S 2100 (single lightshelf) and L 1400 (multiple lightshelf) Dayliter Shades installed at Colorado Doorways HQ in Denver (shown open).
  • Colorado Doorways

    S 2100 (single lightshelf) and L 1400 (multiple lightshelf) Dayliter Shades installed at Colorado Doorways HQ in Denver (shown with L 1400 shades closed).
  • Flat Iron Building, Bethlehem

    Featuring 36 inch deep operable lightshelves and PV powered motorized shades this unique application is perfect for this iconic building.
  • Penn State Hershey Medical Center

    F2200 Dayliter Shades with fixed lightshelves and motorized shades protect the ladies at the reception desk from piercing morning sunlight.
  • Cuningham Group Architecture, Denver

    L 1200 Dayliter Shades, featuring multiple lightshelves operated by a jalousie lever system, illustrates the strong design element and flexibility of the system.
  • Muncy Valley Hospital Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

    The Skyliter Shading System is designed for total flexibility as seen in this application where it was used to solve a significant heat gain problem created by unprotected glass walls.
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About Indoor Sky

Paul MoultonFounded in 2013, Indoor Sky operates out of Williamsport, Pennsylvania (home of the Little League World Series) and is proud to provide products “Made in America”!

The company is dedicated to maximizing the benefit of daylight, the ultimate sustainable resource, in the built environment. Each and every one of Indoor Sky’s products are designed to expand glare-free daylight zones and solve the conflict between shading and daylighting.

By introducing the single most significant innovation in the window shade industry since the invention of the roller shade, Indoor Sky is committed to enhancing design through the use of daylight. The key driver of our mission is collaboration with the design community to continue to change the interior daylighting landscape.

If you don’t see what you’d like in our current portfolio please don’t hesitate to contact us with your thoughts and ideas.

Thank you

Paul Moulton
Founder & President

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