People enjoy big and open spaces, living and working in them but in the reality, having large and open spaces is very cost inefficient. That is one of the many reasons why quite a lot of buildings are being built with a relatively low ceiling height, around 2,7 m (9 ft) height, might vary by the country. And because of that, some of the construction processes, or, to be precise, parts of the premises, face some particular issues. One of them being HVAC. With low ceiling height it becomes hard to install conventional overhead air distribution systems as they poorly distribute air and does not contribute to high Indoor Air Quality (IAQwhich is the most important and directly relates to the health and comfort of the occupants. However, for various low-ceiling premises there are alternatives to conventional solutions. And they involve fabric.