Daylighting: Everything You Need to Know
Question: How do you do this and stay green and energy-efficient?
We’ve got your answers.
Come along as Living Stone Design + Build’s Sean Sullivan walks us through the virtues of natural light and how to incorporate it into your new home. All while staying green and getting the look you want.
Yes, they can co-exist and Sullivan will tell you how it’s done.
“We want lots of glass across the entire back of the house!”
This is one of the most consistent things we hear when first engaging with a prospective client. As contemporary architecture and modern design sweep the country, the demand for “daylighting” has re-emerged.
Daylighting is defined as the practice of placing windows, skylights and other openings, and reflective surfaces so that sunlight can provide effective internal lighting. Particular attention is given to daylighting while designing a building when the aim is to maximize visual comfort or to reduce energy use.