Implementation Recommendation (AS)

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Lighting control system/ adjustable lighting is depicted in the project section below and reviewed in the project review below.

Review of Best Practices Related Items

“For passive cooling, consider operable windows to provide an opportunity for natural ventilation in milder temperature months when interior loads on buildings exceed exterior temperatures.”

United States Department of Energy. (2002). "National Best Practices Manual For Building High Performance Schools, P.81


“Landscaping can serve as important shading and sun control if it is strategically placed or incorporated into a trellis device. Deciduous trees and vines positioned to the south of a window are extremely useful for providing shade during overheated summer months while admitting more sun in areas with cold or overcast winters. Evergreens provide shade year-round in consistently overheated climates. They are also useful for blocking low east and west sun.”

United States Department of Energy. (2002). "National Best Practices Manual For Building High Performance Schools, P.74

Projects

Photographs provided by FSB (Frankfurt Short Bruza)

Dubiski AS.Dubiski.jpg Timberview AS.Timberview.jpg Kathryn Gilliam AS.KathrynGilliam.jpg