Creating buildings with the perfect balance of natural and artificial light can make a big difference in occupants’ health and well-being. One approach called daylight modeling finds the optimal use of natural daylight by identifying how the light interacts with the building. This not only creates a healthier environment but also connects interior spaces to nature and impacts design decisions. Learn more about implementing daylight modeling into any project to improve building performance and maximize occupant comfort.
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