Minimalist design, aluminium structure and sunshade system with adjustable aluminium slats: the Openair bioclimatic pergola guarantees maximum resistance, even to snow.
a perfect blend of elegance, light weight and function.
Mioni bioclimatic pergolas are the perfect combination of craftsmanship, design, technology and comfort. Specially designed for natural climatic well-being, they are an ideal solution for creating comfortable outdoor living spaces – either domestic or H&R – and can be customised to suit the specific needs of each context.
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The advantages of bioclimatic pergolas
Bioclimatic pergolas offer several advantages from both an aesthetic and a practical point of view and are an efficient and environmentally friendly solution for making the most of outdoor spaces in both private and public areas.
Thanks to their adjustable sunshade slats, bioclimatic covers provide a controlled microclimate, creating an outdoor space protected from the sun and weather, while allowing sunlight and air to pass through.
Your made-to-measure bioclimatic pergola
At Mioni, we have the design and production capacity to create customised bioclimatic pergolas to meet all specific needs and requirements. Pergolas can be customised in terms of finishes and accessories by incorporating side awnings, sliding panels and LED lighting systems, allowing you to enjoy additional outdoor space all year round. We carry out an in-depth study of the orientation of the sun and design the pergola to ensure optimal climatic comfort, sheltered from the elements.
Choosing the right pergola for your home or business
Ideal in residential contexts as well as in restaurants and bars, the bioclimatic pergola is an innovative cover capable of adapting to outdoor climatic conditions, both in summer and winter. In summer, pergolas provide shelter from the sun and high temperatures, creating a cosy and intimate outdoor space in which to dine al fresco. In winter, on the other hand, pergolas can be closed with perimeter sliding glass panels to provide a perfectly insulated environment from the cold and weather.