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Geometric modelling of buildings in response to solar geometry enables controlled solar exclusion or harvest when unwanted, while allowing ingress of daylight when needed for warming.

Loreto Mandeville Hall | Education architecture and schools

Mandeville Centre, Loreto Toorak
The pinwheel concept that informs the design of the Mandeville Centre animates and orders the building program around a central atrium space drawing natural daylight within.

Innovations in high-performance glass have led us to design building facades that are transparent in the visible spectrum and block or re-radiate harmful wavelengths.

Melbourne airport Summer response - daylight exposure

Melbourne Airport T2 Expansion
A high performance double-skin glazed facade protects the interior from climatic conditions while glare is controlled through internal blinds that track the sun’s movements via a roof-top weather station.

1 Bligh Street Sydney | Daylight exposure

1 Bligh Street
1 Bligh Street uses a clever double-skin external glazing envelope with a sophisticated building management system. Together with a highly transparent inner atrium, this draws daylight deep into the offices within.