Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) – a third-party verification system for...Read More
Skylights are always under pressure to perform.
They have to stand up to the elements – rain, sleet, hail, sun and often extreme temperature variations. And they need to look good while doing so. Skylights are one of the most eye-catching elements of any architectural design. But also the hardest-working. Wherever they may be installed, we expect a lot of them.
So, after 50 years in the business, we thought we’d delivered on the most demanding skylight projects.
We were wrong.Read More
Over these past 50 years, we’ve chalked up thousands of daylight and vision control projects in dozens of countries for all sorts of uses – hospitals, schools, museums, shopping centers, office buildings, and more. We’ve worked with thousands of talented architects who have inspired us with their vision and their designs.Read More
Kids learn better with daylight. A study in California found that students with more natural light in classrooms scored up to 25 percent higher on tests than students in classrooms with lower levels of daylight.Read More
As a longtime manufacturer of vision and daylight control solutions for the construction industry, we have been part of many unique and stunning new building projects that deserve attention – be it either for their esthetics, their functionality or their sustainability.Read More
No longer the domain of interior designers – shading and privacy are now key architectural design elements From commercial to residential to institutional design, architects are increasingly looking beyond traditional...Read More
Leverages visible light from the sun to enhance a building’s interior illumination through direct, diffused and reflected lighting approaches – the top 10 tips to complement electrical lighting, create more visual environments and reduce energy costs.Read More