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131 Princes Street, Edinburgh

Glass Type: P26,60/7 Cord, Low Iron, Matt, THST P26,60/7 Solar, ...

BBC Worldwide, White City, London

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Elephant Road, London

Contractor: Laing O'Rourke Facades Architect: McBains Cooper ...

Archway Mews, Putney

Linit enamel translucent coloured cast glass panels have been ...

Prospect House, Cambridgeshire

Contractor: Ellis Miller Architect: Ellis Miller Glass ...

Queen Street, Glasgow

Contractor: BAM CONSTRUCTION Architect: Cooper Cromar ...

Inverness College

Secured October 2013 Linit U-Profile Coloured Glass Installation ...

Narrow Quay House

Contractor: MIDAS CONSTRUCTION Architect: AWW Inspired ...

Blackburn Leisure Centre

Contractor: Eric Wright Architect: DLA Glass Types: ...

The REP, Library of Birmingham

Architects: MECANOO ARCHITECTS Contractors: LINDNER Glass ...

Wester Hailes, Edinburgh

Architects: J M Architects Contractors: Morrison Construction ...

Avonleigh House, Ryde, Isle of Wight

Contractor: PMC CONSTRUCTION Architect:   Glass Types: ...

Oldham Youth Zone

Architects: Eric Wright Group Contractors: Eric Wright Group ...

High Point Village, Hayes, Middlesex

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Seasonal Shading

LAMBERTS LINIT prismasolar is a surface developed especially by LAMBERTS which provides extraordinary qualities: Thanks to its precisely-determined prismatic structure, it is possible for a high proportion of the solar radiation in winter to pass trough the glazing into the interior of the building. By contrast in summer a high proportion of the solar radiation is reflected back to the outside.

The static seasonal shade, which generally has a long durability due to use of the material glass, helps to make the energy permeation of facades both more controllable and more efficient, depending on the time of year and the associated differences in energy requirements.

The Prismasolar Functioning Principle:

Winter Situation / Summer Situation

The steeper the light angle (in summer) and thus the tendency towards internal overheating, the more it encompasses the area automatically shifted by the glass: a large proportion of the light-heat radiation is then thrown back outwards by reflection. When the angle of light is flat, a further useful side effect is the improvement in lighting in the depths of the room space.

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