Daylight Architecture according to EN 17037

The major task of any building is the accomplishment of equilibrium between its indoor and its outdoor environment, in particular with regard to daylight availability and the respective treatment of buildings’ openings. The fewer technical provisions are taken to fulfil this task with commensurate dimensioning, the lower will be the building costs.

Prudent daylight design is the key to accomplishing the desired equilibrium between the indoor and the outdoor environment of a building and to thriftily controlling a big part of relevant expenses, incurring due to avoidable technical provisions interlinked with usually raised glazing and shading costs. This is why, we strive for accurate dimensioning in compliance with the EN 17037 Daylight Standard without compromising visual comfort, while caring about a seamless coupling between naturally variable daylight and the smoothly controllable level and colour of complementary artificial lighting.

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Daylight Availability Calculations over the Workplace Area


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Daylight Glare Probability Calculations over Workplace Area

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