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April 29, 2011

Thank you Aluma Wood for the kind article on Malai Kitchen’s new roof with my photography and credits!

“When Dallas’s Malai Kitchen RT’d Alumawood about our Equinox Roof, we had to reach out and ask for pictures! The Equinox Louvered Roof is the latest addition to the Alumawood family and we are proud that Malai Kitchen has chosen it for their new patio.  The large open-air and climate-controlled patio adorned with bamboo accommodates up to 60 people, making Malai Kitchen one of the premiere outdoor dining venues in all of Dallas. Malai Kitchen’s patio boasts Dallas’ first commercial space use of an Equinox Louvered Roof that features rotating louvered blades allowing patrons to dine outdoors, rain or shine. Malai Thai-Vietnamese Kitchen, created by owners, Braden and Yasmin Wages, combines fresh Southeast Asian flavors with elegant, timeless design. Helmed by highly lauded Chef Keith Cedotal, the Malai Kitchen fare blends Thai and Vietnamese culture, combining traditional flavors with fresh ingredients that come together to yield beautifully composed plates.  The Equinox Louvered Roof provides Malai Kitchen with adjustable shade for the upcoming Texas summer months. Versatile enough to accommodate any architectural style, such as existing structures with gable or pitched roofs, bay windows, doors, or an angled roof or walls, the Equinox Louvered Roof system can also be engineered to be free-standing to fit various needs- commercial or private. And at a touch of the button, louvers can also be positioned anywhere within their 160-degree range of motion for the exact amount of protection or ventilation desired. Also, the solar-powered battery pack eliminates the environmental and personal finance impact because it does not require any additional energy. Malai Kitchen is the first commercial space in Dallas to use this type of louvered roof system. Photographs courtesy of Claire McCormack Photography.

To see the article … http://www.alumawood.net/uncategorized/dallass-malai-kitchen-installs-an-equinox-louvered-roof/

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