Inside light shelves reflect light up and into the room creating better use of natural light. On the outside of our windows there are what we affectionately refer as “eyebrows”—better known as solar shades—which help deflect direct sun and lessen heat gain.
The windows used throughout building have a special film suspended between two panels of glass for energy efficiency. This helps control sun filtration, drafts, ultra-violet fading and sound. Smart lighting automatically increases when the natural light is low and decreases when the natural light is high. In rooms that are used less there are also occupancy sensors. When you walk in the room the lights automatically turn on, and when there is no activity in a room for a certain period of time, the lights turn off.