We don't just want to offer thermal and hygric feel good factors within our buildings, visual comfort and interior experience should also be suitable. Artificial light and daylight can contribute towards this. The use of artificial lighting is not questioned due to the unavoidable night, but daylight often has to defend itself against its artificial cousin. Because we spend more and more time in buildings and because daylight is healthier than artificial lighting, daylight illumination systems are becoming more and more interesting.

We simulate and design such systems, from the correct window size and glazing type through to daylight deflection. We know and observe the geographical lighting differences and integrally optimise such, usually in conjunction with thermal simulations.
In this way, we are able to simply and quickly find technical solutions which can be implemented and operated in a cost-effective way.