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Credits: 1 AIA LU/Elective; 1 AIBD P-CE; 0.1 IACET CEU
May qualify for learning hours through most Canadian architectural associations
This webinar is part of the Glass in Architecture Academy
We will cover the latest in engineered outdoor living and working spaces, both comfortable and flexible. Perfect for outside meeting areas, standing desks, break areas, a destination for people to get fresh air and natural light. Landscape Architecture, Green Building Concepts, and Biophilic Design can all benefit from controlling the sun, rain, wind, and bugs while still being in nature. Options for integrated dimmable LED lighting, sliding glass door or sliding louver door systems, or even a fixed louver wall for a TV for outdoor presentations. Also covering the unexpected benefits of the latest exterior sun control options like operable sails, zipper roller shades, and louvers.
Tim Noble has been in the sun control industry for 15 years and specializes in motorization, integrations, and automation for daylighting, LEED credits, and Green Building benefits.
The presentations will be followed by a moderated discussion
- Discover the health benefits of outdoor spaces and taming just enough nature for comfort, for a living space, a workspace, outdoor dining for a restaurant, a pool cabana or BBQ area for apartments or a hotel.
- Identify the different types of engineered motorized LOUVER structures and the available side enclosure options and integrated lighting and other options.
- Recognize the different types of engineered motorized FABRIC structures and the available side enclosure options and integrated lighting and other options.
- Explore the latest in exterior shading and rain protection, waterproof fabric options, manual sail awnings, motorized tensioned shades, louvers, facade cladding and accessories.