Embrace the Sun
Control daylight to improve the lives of the people who work and live in your buildings
Control sunlight without shades or blinds, manage glare and heat without compromising your view
Glass is one of the most stunning features of a building and is essential to beautiful architectural design. Window coverings are out – instead, enjoy stunning panoramic floor to ceiling views which allow natural light flood through each floor of the building.
Electronic solar control glass opens the window of design possibilities for the built environment by enhancing design freedom with the elimination of window covering considerations.
SPD SmartGlass Improves Productivity
A buildings design shows commitment to maximizing the comfort and productivity of its occupants.
“86% of productivity problems reside in the work environment of organizations with 73% of office workers surveyed stating natural daylight was extremely important”
Journal of Business Management March 2010
Allow abundant natural light make building occupants happier and more productive. Give everyone a generous view of the outdoors.
Make your building a shining example of both innovative design and sustainability.
SPD SmartGlass – The ideal solution for LEED® Projects
SPD SmartGlass was designed to maximise the use of natural daylight in buildings to improve the well-being of the people within. The use of SPD SmartGlass on commercial projects can help you achieve up to 8 LEED certification credits.
SPD SmartGlass can contribute to the following LEED credits:
- Credit 8: Light Pollution Reduction (1 Point)
Energy and Atmosphere
- Prerequisite 2: Minimum Energy Performance (Required)
- Credit 1: Optimise Energy Performance (1-19 Points)
Indoor Environmental Quality
- Credit 6.2: Controllability of Systems – Thermal Comfort. (1 Point)
- Credit 7.1: Thermal Comfort – Design. (1 Point)
- Credit 8.1: Daylight and Views – Daylight (1 Point)
Preserve the view – one of your building’s greatest assets
Isn’t this one of the reasons you are designing your building with glass in the first place?