Daylighting with Skylights                        and Curtain WallThe Cube (5th Ave Lofts). M Designs             Communit...
COPYRIGHTThis presentation is protected by US andInternational Copyright laws. Reproduction,distribution, display and use ...
Major Industries is a Registered Provider with TheAmerican Institute of Architects continuing EducationSystem. Credit earn...
Luis Peris                          AIA, PE, LEED APPrincipal, LuPe Design              www.lupedesign.comArchitectural Pr...
Synopsys:Daylighting enclosed spaces has advanced tremendouslysince antiquity. The middle ages introduced glass intochurch...
Learning Objectives: Quick Survey of Daylighting Through History Importance of Daylighting When is it appropriate to us...
Learning Objectives: Quick Survey of Daylighting Through History Importance of Daylighting When is it appropriate to us...
The dark ages Satisfying a need: closure, control, connection Wood, Metal, Fabric, Skins: water repellant + wind proofing
Glass discoveredMesopotamia 650 BCfirst glass cuneiform recipe: 60 parts sand 180 parts ash from marine plants 5 parts ...
Classical architecture No real need for enclosure: generous eaves, peristyle setting
Roman architecture Pompeii and Herculaneum first use of glass for covering a building opening
The middle ages Structural advancement allows openings on walls, large buttresses outside Huge technological advance: Bl...
The middle ages Crown Glass: 300 AD, larger glass available, better frames of wood and metal
The late Gothic Venetian glass known for its purity and quality (1400 AD)
Pre-Industrial Revolution:                                Glass Boom 1687 French roll glass on preheated copper plate, wa...
1800s Improved Production 1856 Friedrich Siemens doubles the efficiency of the melting furnace                           ...
Early 1900s Modernism Art Nouveau metal craft, glass block, continuous glass rolling mill
Mid 1900s 1950 Pilkington float glass invented – basis to today’s glass production
Modernist crystal palaces Engineering advances frees the building skin from loadbearing duties
International Style
Then something happened in the 80s
Late 20st Century:     pushing the envelope (literally)
21st Century: and so very sustainable!
Learning Objectives: Quick Survey of Daylighting Through History Importance of Daylighting When is it appropriate to us...
Physiology of vision
• The human retina contains two types of photoreceptors: rods and cones• The rods are more numerous, some 120 million, and...
Why is it a good idea? Current Cost of Energy Model Energy Codes Productivity & Daylight “Green Design going Mainstrea...
Human Performance Up 20% increase in student performance Up to 50% reduction in absenteeism Rate of recovery increased ...
Economic Performance Over 20 years, 94% of the cost of a  building is in people Therefore a 1% gain in productivity is  ...
Environmental Performance 40% of energy used to heat & cool buildings An aggressive daylighting strategy can reduce  ele...
How? #1 is an Integrated Design Approach      - Daylight strategy      - Interdisciplinary Dialogue Reallocation of Cons...
Fundamentals High QUALITY footcandles. May mean a  reduction in the amount of glass Use High Performance Glass Protect ...
Begins with the Design Building orientation Glazing type Passive and Active Devices Sun Controls
Daylight ModelingDaylighting WorksheetPrototype Comparison: Base Case vs Prototype 3, Level 216 classroom unit, 2 story, e...
Prototype Comparison         $35,434 250.0                                                                                ...
Illuminance Calculations
Capistrano Study Classrooms from Heschong & Mahone Report
Learning Objectives: Quick Survey of Daylighting Through History Importance of Daylighting When is it appropriate to us...
Glazing Systems• Curtain walls• Windows• Skylights                      Harron School of Art. Browning Day Mullins & Dierd...
Curtain Wall Applications• Allows natural light to enter the building• Creates a lighter more voluminous appearing structu...
Curtain Wall and Window Combination  • Allows natural ventilation as well as large areas of  fenestration to let in natura...
Curtain Wall and Window Combination  • Breaks up the façade without taking away natural  lighting away from coming into th...
Skylights• Types• Styles• Features
Skylight TypesUnit Skylights  • Pre-assembled at the    factory  • Ready to install  • Standard sized  • Value priced with...
SkylightStyles•Pyramids•Polygons•Barrel Vaults•Domes•Custom                        South Cedar Hills High School. Sandstro...
Skylight Features• Slopes   4/12, 6/12, 8/12, 12/12 and custom• Thermally Broken   Frames, rafters, and grid core• Water M...
Learning Objectives: Quick Survey of Daylighting Through History Importance of Daylighting When is it appropriate to us...
Glazing Options• Acrylic• Multiwall Polycarbonate• Translucent Fiberglass Reinforced Polymers PanelSystems• Glass
Acrylic• Used for lower budget  applications• Easily damaged by  chemicals• Gets brittle with age• Short life expectancy  ...
Multiwall Polycarbonate• Used for lower budget  applications• Lesser dimensional  stability• Susceptible to  scratching• G...
Translucent RFP Panel Systems• High strength and light weight• Diffuses light (no glare)        Hargrave High School. PBK ...
Army Reserve. RSP Architects                              Green Bay, WIGlass• Allows direct sunlight to  penetrate interio...
Optimum Service LifeCost per Square Foot                       $$$$$                                                      ...
Thermal conductivity k is the property of amaterial reflecting its ability to conduct.For a material of thermal conductivi...
Performance – U-Value Comparison                                    Material       R-value   U-Value   Vacuum insulated pa...
Learning Objectives: Quick Survey of Daylighting Through History Importance of Daylighting When is it appropriate to us...
Creative Design                         • Style                                        • Type                             ...
Creative Design                  CityBank. Clune Construction                           Hoffman Estates, IL
Creative DesignMercy Medical Center. HGA ArchitectsOshkosh, WI
Creative Design              Balboa Park Activity Center. Wheeler Wimer Blackburn                                         ...
Creative DesignIowa Beef Products. TSP Architects   The Gateway Building.Dakota Dunes, SD                     Rothschild, WI
Creative Design                            Millennium Hotel                        Quinones Rodriguez                     ...
Creative Design                                         Color variationLiving Word Church. Bruce McMillanManhattan, KSLivi...
Creative Design                                             Color variationMTM. TJK ArchitectsVerona, WI    Sam’s Club. Ra...
Creative Design                                                       Mitchell Technology Center,                         ...
Learning Objectives: Quick Survey of Daylighting Through History Importance of Daylighting When is it appropriate to us...
LEEDLeadership in Energy and Environmental Design Sustainable Sites – 26 pointsWater Efficiency – 10 pointsEnergy + Atm...
LEED pointsMATERIALS & RESOURCESMR4 - Recycled Content: The percentage, by weight, of materialrecovered from solid waste s...
LEED pointsMATERIALS & RESOURCESMR5 - Regional Materials: Material extracted, mined, harvestedor recovered and manufacture...
LEED pointsINDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITYIEQ8 - Daylight & Views: A direct visual connection to theoutdoors enhances human p...
LEED pointsINDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITYIEQ2 – Increased Ventilation: 1 point is awarded for providingincreased outdoor ven...
LEED pointsENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTEA1 – Optimize Energy Performance: Up to 19 points areavailable for projects that exceed ...
Learning Objectives: Quick Survey of Daylighting Through History Importance of Daylighting When is it appropriate to us...
The new generation: new structuresCarbon Fiber Structural Components:             •Lighter than Aluminum             •Stif...
The new generation: smart glass
2010 Skyscrapers
Daylighting with Skylights                        and Curtain WallThe Cube (5th Ave Lofts). M Designs             CommCope...
Thank You for Participating7120 Stewart Ave., Wausau, WI 54401888-759-2678, info@majorskylights.comwww.majorskylights.com
Major Industries, Inc. is a Registered Provider with  The American Institute of Architects Continuing                 Educ...
Your One-Stop Source for Daylighting SolutionsLuis Peris          AIA, PE, LEED APArchitectural Product Manager - Southern...
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  1. 1. Daylighting with Skylights and Curtain WallThe Cube (5th Ave Lofts). M Designs Community Center. Maria NosovaVenice, CA Copenhagen, Denmark Using the building fenestration to capture and distribute natural light
  2. 2. COPYRIGHTThis presentation is protected by US andInternational Copyright laws. Reproduction,distribution, display and use of thispresentationwithout written permission of the speaker isprohibited.© Major Industries, Inc.
  3. 3. Major Industries is a Registered Provider with TheAmerican Institute of Architects continuing EducationSystem. Credit earned on completion of this programwill be reported to CES records for AIA members.Certificates of Completion for non-AIA members areavailable upon request.The material presented is not to be construed asendorsed by the AIA in material of construction, methodor manner of handling, using, distributing, or dealing inany material or product.Questions related to specific materials,methods, and services will be addressedat the conclusion of this presentation.
  4. 4. Luis Peris AIA, PE, LEED APPrincipal, LuPe Design www.lupedesign.comArchitectural Product ManagerRomanoski Glass & GlazingChairman COTE AIA-ArizonaBoth an architect and an engineer, Mr.Peris is an industry leader in hisknowledge and experience that hasallowed him to serve architecturalprojects in a variety of roles throughouthis 20 years of professional practice.He will not only make sure your designintent and aesthetics are met but alsothat your systems performs as desired.Providing architectural design solutionsthat focus on the ease and richness ofthe sensory experience. Life deservesto be celebrated every day in the placeswe inhabit.
  5. 5. Synopsys:Daylighting enclosed spaces has advanced tremendouslysince antiquity. The middle ages introduced glass intochurches and monasteries with small openings ofcolored glass creating a mood and telling a story.The current story is of energy efficiency, sleek framingprofiles, large expanses of glass, sun controls, andmultitudes of finishes and surface treatments.How does glazing compare to other building materialscomprising the building envelope? Can crystal towersmeet current energy codes? And what is it still left toaccomplish in the daylighting arena?
  6. 6. Learning Objectives: Quick Survey of Daylighting Through History Importance of Daylighting When is it appropriate to use what kind of fenestration Different types of fenestration and their applications Creative design Energy Considerations in the age of LEED Trends in Contemporary Daylighting
  7. 7. Learning Objectives: Quick Survey of Daylighting Through History Importance of Daylighting When is it appropriate to use what kind of fenestration Different types of fenestration and their applications Creative design Energy Considerations in the age of LEED Trends in Contemporary Daylighting
  8. 8. The dark ages Satisfying a need: closure, control, connection Wood, Metal, Fabric, Skins: water repellant + wind proofing
  9. 9. Glass discoveredMesopotamia 650 BCfirst glass cuneiform recipe: 60 parts sand 180 parts ash from marine plants 5 parts chalk Heat until melting point
  10. 10. Classical architecture No real need for enclosure: generous eaves, peristyle setting
  11. 11. Roman architecture Pompeii and Herculaneum first use of glass for covering a building opening
  12. 12. The middle ages Structural advancement allows openings on walls, large buttresses outside Huge technological advance: Blown cylinder sheet glass, until 19th Century
  13. 13. The middle ages Crown Glass: 300 AD, larger glass available, better frames of wood and metal
  14. 14. The late Gothic Venetian glass known for its purity and quality (1400 AD)
  15. 15. Pre-Industrial Revolution: Glass Boom 1687 French roll glass on preheated copper plate, water cooled roller: 6’x4’ Structural frames have less members but stronger, wrought iron
  16. 16. 1800s Improved Production 1856 Friedrich Siemens doubles the efficiency of the melting furnace 1850 Crystal Palace Aluminum produced in 1825 by Danish and chemist Hans Orsted
  17. 17. Early 1900s Modernism Art Nouveau metal craft, glass block, continuous glass rolling mill
  18. 18. Mid 1900s 1950 Pilkington float glass invented – basis to today’s glass production
  19. 19. Modernist crystal palaces Engineering advances frees the building skin from loadbearing duties
  20. 20. International Style
  21. 21. Then something happened in the 80s
  22. 22. Late 20st Century: pushing the envelope (literally)
  23. 23. 21st Century: and so very sustainable!
  24. 24. Learning Objectives: Quick Survey of Daylighting Through History Importance of Daylighting When is it appropriate to use what kind of fenestration Different types of fenestration and their applications Creative design Energy Considerations in the age of LEED Trends in Contemporary Daylighting
  25. 25. Physiology of vision
  26. 26. • The human retina contains two types of photoreceptors: rods and cones• The rods are more numerous, some 120 million, and are more sensitive than the cones. However, they are not sensitive to color.• The 6 to 7 million cones provide the eyes color sensitivity and they are much more concentrated in the central yellow spot known as the macula
  27. 27. Why is it a good idea? Current Cost of Energy Model Energy Codes Productivity & Daylight “Green Design going Mainstream” Market Differentiation for “Green” Firms
  28. 28. Human Performance Up 20% increase in student performance Up to 50% reduction in absenteeism Rate of recovery increased in hospitals Conclusion: We are not indoor animals!
  29. 29. Economic Performance Over 20 years, 94% of the cost of a building is in people Therefore a 1% gain in productivity is worth more than a 1% increase in sales 1% Gain in prod = $4/sf/year in an office building (more than energy costs) Reduce Maint and O&M costs
  30. 30. Environmental Performance 40% of energy used to heat & cool buildings An aggressive daylighting strategy can reduce electrical loads by 30%+ Reduce Use of Renewable Resources Thus, reduce a Myriad of Pollutants
  31. 31. How? #1 is an Integrated Design Approach - Daylight strategy - Interdisciplinary Dialogue Reallocation of Construction Dollars from mechanical systems to daylighting systems.
  32. 32. Fundamentals High QUALITY footcandles. May mean a reduction in the amount of glass Use High Performance Glass Protect Glass (Ground is the light shelf) Control Luminance Ratios
  33. 33. Begins with the Design Building orientation Glazing type Passive and Active Devices Sun Controls
  34. 34. Daylight ModelingDaylighting WorksheetPrototype Comparison: Base Case vs Prototype 3, Level 216 classroom unit, 2 story, external circulationBASE CASESpace Number Tons Each Tons Total CFM Each CFM Total kW Each kW Total $/Year $/yr TotalNorth CRs 8 3.16 25.3 756 6,048 7.00 56.0 $ 1,088 $ 8,704South CRs 8 3.36 26.9 1116 8,928 7.38 59.0 $ 1,126 $ 9,008 Totals 52.2 Tons 14,976 CFM 115.0 kW Peak $ 17,712Prototype 1- 3, Level 2Space Number Tons Each Tons Total CFM Each CFM Total kW Each kW Total $/Year $/yr TotalNorth CRs 8 2.81 22.5 619 4,952 5.50 44.0 $ 742 $ 5,936South CRs 8 2.89 23.1 637 5,096 5.63 45.0 $ 751 $ 6,008 Totals 45.6 Tons 10,048 CFM 89.0 kW Peak $ 11,944Improvements: -14% reduction -33% reduction -23% reduction -33%Savings: multizone system (@$2300/Ton) $ 15,088 Additions: Glass ($137 * 16) $ 2,192 33%reduction in fan power Overhang ($100/lf x 32 lf x 8) $ 25,600 = .33/0.50 x 0.33 x $1.15 x 14336 sf = $ 3,581 Photosensors ($148 x 16) $ 2,368 R Shades ($100 x 8) oller $ 800 TOTAL SAVINGS $ 18,669 TOTAL COST ADDERS $ 30,160Summary:For approx $11,491 (or $718 per classroom, less than $0.80/sf ) we have achieved a superior learning environment w/ increased efficiency.The building will save approximately $5,768 in operating costs alone the first year.W a central plant estimated at approx. $4300/Ton and a 7 ton reduction, the same results will be achieved with a $3,521 SAVINGS ith
  35. 35. Prototype Comparison $35,434 250.0 $40,000 kWpeak* $29,890 $29,628 $29,516 Annual Cost $35,000 $26,602 200.0 $23,882 $23,240 $30,000 150.0 $25,000 $20,000 $12,182 100.0 $15,000 $10,000 50.0 $5,000 230 198 200 190 204 178 180 70 0.0 $- Base Proto 1-1 Proto 1-2 Level 1 Proto 1-2 Level 2 Proto 1-3 Level 1 Proto 1-3 Level 2 Proto 1-4 Proto 1-3 Level 2 2-Story Module, 16 Classrooms
  36. 36. Illuminance Calculations
  37. 37. Capistrano Study Classrooms from Heschong & Mahone Report
  38. 38. Learning Objectives: Quick Survey of Daylighting Through History Importance of Daylighting When is it appropriate to use what kind of fenestration Different types of fenestration and their applications Creative design Energy Considerations in the age of LEED Trends in Contemporary Daylighting
  39. 39. Glazing Systems• Curtain walls• Windows• Skylights Harron School of Art. Browning Day Mullins & Dierdorf Indianapolis, INCity College of SanFrancisco. K2A Pinegree Center for Autism. Max J Smith and AssociatesSan Francisco, CA Salt Lake City, UT
  40. 40. Curtain Wall Applications• Allows natural light to enter the building• Creates a lighter more voluminous appearing structure Ellis Davis Field House. HKS Dallas, TX
  41. 41. Curtain Wall and Window Combination • Allows natural ventilation as well as large areas of fenestration to let in natural light Cedarburg High School. Plunkett Rayisch Architects Center 58 High School. DLR Cedarburg, WI Kansas City. MO
  42. 42. Curtain Wall and Window Combination • Breaks up the façade without taking away natural lighting away from coming into the spaces Cedarburg High School. Plunkett Rayisch Architects Cedarburg, WI
  43. 43. Skylights• Types• Styles• Features
  44. 44. Skylight TypesUnit Skylights • Pre-assembled at the factory • Ready to install • Standard sized • Value priced with acrylic DeAnza College. tBP Architecture Cupertino, CA or polycarbonateEngineered Skylights • Allow freedom and flexibility in design and materials
  45. 45. SkylightStyles•Pyramids•Polygons•Barrel Vaults•Domes•Custom South Cedar Hills High School. Sandstrom Architects South Cedar Hills, UT Headworks Digester Plant.Blue Harbor Resort. ADCI Inc HDR EngineeringSheboigan, WI Las Vegas, NV
  46. 46. Skylight Features• Slopes 4/12, 6/12, 8/12, 12/12 and custom• Thermally Broken Frames, rafters, and grid core• Water Management Weeps, gutters, gasketing, sealants• Coatings Used to prevent corrosion Army Reserve. RSP Architects Green Bay, WI
  47. 47. Learning Objectives: Quick Survey of Daylighting Through History Importance of Daylighting When is it appropriate to use what kind of fenestration Different types of fenestration and their applications Creative design Energy Considerations in the age of LEED Trends in Contemporary Daylighting
  48. 48. Glazing Options• Acrylic• Multiwall Polycarbonate• Translucent Fiberglass Reinforced Polymers PanelSystems• Glass
  49. 49. Acrylic• Used for lower budget applications• Easily damaged by chemicals• Gets brittle with age• Short life expectancy (10-12 years)
  50. 50. Multiwall Polycarbonate• Used for lower budget applications• Lesser dimensional stability• Susceptible to scratching• Good impact strength• Good energy efficiency• Available in a variety of colors• Medium life expectancy (15-18 years) Blue Harbor Resort. ADCI Inc Sheboigan, WI
  51. 51. Translucent RFP Panel Systems• High strength and light weight• Diffuses light (no glare) Hargrave High School. PBK Architects• Excellent shading Huffman, TX coefficients• Highly energy efficient• Available in many colors• Available in 5’x20’ sizes• Excellent life expectancy (25 years +)• High quality light: built-in sun management
  52. 52. Army Reserve. RSP Architects Green Bay, WIGlass• Allows direct sunlight to penetrate interior spaces• Can create glare• Hot spot potential• Heaviest weight material• Longest lasting• Most expensive
  53. 53. Optimum Service LifeCost per Square Foot $$$$$ Laminated Glass and Tempered Glass $$$$ $$$ FRP Sandwich Panel $$ Structural Multi-Wall Thermoformed $ Polycarbonate Acrylic 5 10 15 20 30 Skylight life expectancy in years *Please note that all skylights require new gasketing, significant maintenance and/or new glazing approximately every 25 years
  54. 54. Thermal conductivity k is the property of amaterial reflecting its ability to conduct.For a material of thermal conductivity k, areaA, and thickness t:• Thermal resistance R-value = t/k• Thermal transmittance U-value = 1/(Σ(t/k)) + convection + radiationThe heat transfer coefficient is also known asthermal admittance
  55. 55. Performance – U-Value Comparison Material R-value U-Value Vacuum insulated panel 30.00 0.03 Silica aerogel 10.00 0.10 Polyurethane rigid panel 8.00 0.13 Polyisocyanurate spray foam 6.50 0.15 Translucent fiberglass sandwich panel - 4" 6.67 0.15 Thinsulate clothing insulation 5.75 0.17 High-density fiberglass batts 5.00 0.20 Air-entrained concrete 3.90 0.26 Cotton batts (Blue Jean insulation) 3.70 0.27 Icynene spray 3.60 0.28 Cardboard 4.00 0.25 Insulated Glass Unit - tripple glazed 2.70 0.37 Perlite loose-fill 2.70 0.39 Wood panels, such as sheathing 2.50 0.40 Translucent fiberglass sandwich panel - 2.75" 2.00 0.50 Straw bale 1.45 0.69 Insulated Glass Unit - double glazed 1.43 0.70 Snow 1.00 1.00 Single pane glass 0.82 1.22 Hardwood 0.71 1.41 Poured concrete 0.08 12.50
  56. 56. Learning Objectives: Quick Survey of Daylighting Through History Importance of Daylighting When is it appropriate to use what kind of fenestration Different types of fenestration and their applications Creative design Energy Considerations in the age of LEED Trends in Contemporary Daylighting
  57. 57. Creative Design • Style • Type • Variation Macomb Community College. Integrated Design Solutions Clinton Township, MI
  58. 58. Creative Design CityBank. Clune Construction Hoffman Estates, IL
  59. 59. Creative DesignMercy Medical Center. HGA ArchitectsOshkosh, WI
  60. 60. Creative Design Balboa Park Activity Center. Wheeler Wimer Blackburn San Diego, CA
  61. 61. Creative DesignIowa Beef Products. TSP Architects The Gateway Building.Dakota Dunes, SD Rothschild, WI
  62. 62. Creative Design Millennium Hotel Quinones Rodriguez Taller Borinquen San Juan, Puerto Rico Moore Hall Lobby. Kansas State University Jodo Shishu. Hayashida Architects Manhattan, KS Berkeley, CA
  63. 63. Creative Design Color variationLiving Word Church. Bruce McMillanManhattan, KSLiving Word Church. Bruce McMillan Living Word Church. Bruce McMillanManhattan, KS Manhattan, KS
  64. 64. Creative Design Color variationMTM. TJK ArchitectsVerona, WI Sam’s Club. Raymond H Harris AIA Fleet Farm. Widseth Smith Nolting Vernon Hills, IL Owatanna, MN
  65. 65. Creative Design Mitchell Technology Center, Hartman, Miller, Sellers & Heroux Architects Mitchell, SDThe Cube (5th Ave Lofts). M DesignsVenice, CA
  66. 66. Learning Objectives: Quick Survey of Daylighting Through History Importance of Daylighting When is it appropriate to use what kind of fenestration Different types of fenestration and their applications Creative design Energy Considerations in the age of LEED Trends in Contemporary Daylighting
  67. 67. LEEDLeadership in Energy and Environmental Design Sustainable Sites – 26 pointsWater Efficiency – 10 pointsEnergy + Atmosphere – 35 pointsMaterials + Resources – 14 pointsIndoor Environmental Quality – 15 points 100 pointsInnovation in Design – 6 pointsRegional Priority – 4 points 10 points
  68. 68. LEED pointsMATERIALS & RESOURCESMR4 - Recycled Content: The percentage, by weight, of materialrecovered from solid waste streams and incorporated into abuilding material. Pre-Consumer recycled content comes fromindustrial or manufacturing operations before the end productgoes to the consumer market. Post-Consumer recycled contentis material recovered once the product has fulfilled its use bythe consumer. The number used for this category is thepercentage of post-consumer recycled content + ½ of thepercentage of pre-consumer recycled content.LEED Credit MR4.1 Recycled Content 10% 1 pointLEED Credit MR4.2 Recycled Content 20% 2 points (1 point + MR4.1)
  69. 69. LEED pointsMATERIALS & RESOURCESMR5 - Regional Materials: Material extracted, mined, harvestedor recovered and manufactured within a 500-mile radius fromthe project site.LEED Credit MR5.1 Regional Materials 10% 1 pointLEED Credit MR5.1 Regional Materials 20% 2 points (1 point + MR5.1)
  70. 70. LEED pointsINDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITYIEQ8 - Daylight & Views: A direct visual connection to theoutdoors enhances human performance. Studies have shownup 20% increase in student performance, up to 50% reduction incorporate absenteeism, and increased rate of recovery inhospitals due to the benefits of such visual connection to theoutdoors. Additionally, daylighting will significantly reducemechanical and electrical use: 40% of energy used to heat &cool buildings, a comprehensive daylighting strategy can reduceelectrical loads by 30%.LEED Credit IEQ8.1 Daylight in 75% of Spaces 1 pointLEED Credit IEQ8.2 Outdoor Views in90% of Spaces 2 points (1 point + IEQ8.1)
  71. 71. LEED pointsINDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITYIEQ2 – Increased Ventilation: 1 point is awarded for providingincreased outdoor ventilation rates to all occupied spaces by atleast 30% above the minimum rates required by ASHRAE 62.1-2007. Operable vents achieve this point when designed incoordination with the mechanical system strategy for outdoorventilation.
  72. 72. LEED pointsENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTEA1 – Optimize Energy Performance: Up to 19 points areavailable for projects that exceed the baseline requirements forbuilding energy performance, the number of points increases asthe energy costs are reduced. Most LEED track glazing productsare high-performance glazing in thermally-broken framing. Thisimproves the thermal performance of the assembly andeffectively maintain interior ambient temperatures regardless ofexterior conditions. Not only contributing to thermal comfort ofthe building occupants but also reducing overall operatingmechanical costs.
  73. 73. Learning Objectives: Quick Survey of Daylighting Through History Importance of Daylighting When is it appropriate to use what kind of fenestration Different types of fenestration and their applications Creative design Energy Considerations in the age of LEED Trends in Contemporary Daylighting
  74. 74. The new generation: new structuresCarbon Fiber Structural Components: •Lighter than Aluminum •Stiffer than Titanium •Stronger than steel
  75. 75. The new generation: smart glass
  76. 76. 2010 Skyscrapers
  77. 77. Daylighting with Skylights and Curtain WallThe Cube (5th Ave Lofts). M Designs CommCopenhagenunity Center.Venice, CA Maria Nosova, Denmark Using the building fenestration to capture and distribute natural light Questions and Answers
  78. 78. Thank You for Participating7120 Stewart Ave., Wausau, WI 54401888-759-2678, info@majorskylights.comwww.majorskylights.com
  79. 79. Major Industries, Inc. is a Registered Provider with The American Institute of Architects Continuing Education SystemsCredit earned on completion of this program will be reported toCES Records for AIA members. Certificates of Completion for non-AIA members are available on request. This program is registered with the AIA/CES for continuing professional education As such, it does not include content that may be deemed orconstrued to be an approval or endorsement by the AIA of anymaterial of construction or any method or manner of handling, using, distributing, or dealing in any material or product.Questions related to specific materials, methods, and services will be addressed at the conclusion of this presentation.
  80. 80. Your One-Stop Source for Daylighting SolutionsLuis Peris AIA, PE, LEED APArchitectural Product Manager - Southern CALuis can be contacted on his cell phone at 818.355.1781 or by email atlperis@romanoskiglass.com to review and discuss your project’s glazingneeds and the most effective daylighting strategy.

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