Designing healthy, liveable, and sustainable spaces where people can dwell and grow.
Daylight is an important aspect that is not just essential for a sustainable design but also irreplaceable in terms of wellbeing, comfort, and productivity.
Incorporate daylight design early in your energy and sustainability strategy and unlock new potential.
Daylight adds substantial value in terms of comfort, health, energy, and economy. Daylight is a healthy and available source of light, essential in the human diurnal cycle. However, quality is location-dependent and seasonally affected. Sufficient access to daylight is vital yet challenging for all developments, but a building’s location, density, shape, and volume influence the availability of daylight. This affects energy consumption, sustainability, and more importantly living quality and health.
Incorporation of daylight early in a development process – building or city – offers incredible values in terms of comfort, health, energy and economy.
We work within the following key objectives of Daylight:
Liveable spaces – Spaces where people can dwell and grow.
Healthy spaces – Environments that affect us positively in terms of our physical and mental health.
Sustainability – A quantity and quality balance of daylight with thermal and other energy constraints to optimize energy efficiency and improve productivity in a space.
- Daylight Analysis
- Daylight Evaluation & Validation – Calculations. Simulations.
- Climate based daylight modelling for LEED, WELL, DGNB, BREEAM certification and evaluation Net-Zero building design.
- Daylight/ Façade Design – Fenestration & Shading Design
- Site Planning and Massing
- Urban and Masterplanning: Daylight access, Right to Light
- Radiation & Solar analysis
- Sunlight hours analysis