The Green Building in Louisville, Kentucky by (FER) Studio designed using 3ds MAX and AutoCAD » Photo 4 option 1

A continuous clearstory was added by bifurcating the existing roof into two planes sloped in opposite directions, raising the natural light levels from 20 percent to 95 percent. The clearstory provides deeper controllable light penetration, which reduces excessive brightness and directs more light into the space as a result of the height and angle.  Images Courtesy Ted Wathen/Quadrant

A continuous clearstory was added by bifurcating the existing roof into two planes sloped in opposite directions, raising the natural light levels from 20 percent to 95 percent. The clearstory provides deeper controllable light penetration, which reduces excessive brightness and directs more light into the space as a result of the height and angle. Images Courtesy Ted Wathen/Quadrant


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