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New Buildings Institute in partnership with the University of Idaho and University of Washington has developed a freely available interactive tool for the design of proven daylighting strategies in a variety of building types. Users will be introduced to the Daylighting Pattern Guide while exploring the inter-relationship of sky, site, aperture, and space planning. The guide uses a combination of built examples and advanced simulation to set the stage for substantial reductions in lighting power consumption and overall energy use through successful daylighting design.

Contributors

 

 

New Buildings Institute

 

 

Integrated Design Lab
University of Idaho - College of Art and Architecture University of Washington - College of Built Environments

 

 

 

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