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AIA Products Feature Form and Function

May 21st, 2015

Exhibitors at this year’s American Institute of Architects’ National Convention are featuring a wide range of glazing products. Today we’re taking a look at how glass can meet multiple performance and aesthetic demand. Click HERE to watch the video on Youtube.

Dynamic Glazing Helping Hearts at Children’s Hospital Colorado

Feb 20th, 2013

The Children’s Hospital in Aurora, Colo., utilizes a lot of glass—much of it used for the purposes of making the building feel welcoming. According to ZGF, project architects, the hospital is built to maximize the use of natural light, using windows and “light wells” to bring natural light into patient rooms. It doesn’t end there, […]

Daylighting – Part II of III

Dec 28th, 2012

In November we began a discussion on daylighting and continue looking into that subject this month. When looking at daylighting, an integrated design balances the cooling load of the window against required daylight illumination levels, thereby capturing both cooling and lighting energy savings without creating discomfort. A poor design imposes a substantial cooling load and […]

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