“The first time that I walked in and saw the light, I loved it. It was so refreshing. I felt good immediately.”
“We think the windows and doorway are what makes this house an award winning luxury home.”
Eneref Institute examines how tubular daylight devices brought modern features to a 19th-century building design.
“Even at night, you can see the moonlight coming through them… like the lights are on.”
Eneref Institute examines how installing steel windows in a university protects the building envelope against severe weather.
“The windows have been used in several different types of structures,” says Ryan A. Russell, Director of Marketing Product Management for Hope’s. “Every project has its own unique design and our high-quality products prevent serious weather damage.”
“In the summer, we’ll open the skylights and use the natural venting to draw up hot air for natural cooling. It’s a significant air conditioning savings.”
Eneref Institute examines how a warehouse space managed by CBRE installed an innovative daylighting system.
“Optically, the Velux Dynamic Dome has a combination of good materials that diffuses the light with an advantageous geometry,” said Mark Jongewaard of LTI Optics.
Eneref Institute examines the benefits of lighting controls with natural interior daylight in classrooms.
“It really brought the daylight and the outside into the middle of the facility. It brought the school to life.”
Eneref Institute examines how the number of patrons using the library increases with the installation of skylights.
“Having beautiful spaces was really important and a large part of that was having daylight available at the branch.”
Eneref Institute examines how solar powered venting skylights bring in fresh air and reduce the HVAC load.
“It’s worth getting solar-powered skylights for the rebate alone.”