For Florida’s growing Ponte Vedra Presbyterian Church, Chicago Flyhouse was asked to design, fabricate, and install a complicated motorized curtain to seamlessly integrate into the pitched ceiling of their new kid-focused space.

Masking a permanent streetfront set of scenic elements, the curtain was made to split into two segments that track and travel up following the triangular angle of the ceiling, collapsing down to a mere one foot span, maximizing the amount of unobstructed visual space.

Controlled by fixed speed motors concealed in the ceiling and automated with a wall mounted control, the curtain can be quickly and quietly raised and lowered by a single operator.

For more information about Ponte Vedra Presbyterian Church, visit their website.