CASE STUDY: Daylighting design enhances learning in schools

June 22, 2012

Unicel Architectural and Lewis & Malm Architects today announced and published a case study detailing the incorporation of daylighting design to optimize learning environments at the Woolwich Central School in Maine.

The $16 million renovation project focused on sustainable architectural approaches and uses solar shading and integrated motorized louvers to filter sunlight into learning spaces while managing heat gain and glare.

The full case study can be found at: http://unicelarchitectural.com/en/specialty-glazing-case-studies-Woolwich.php

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