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Adaptive natural ventilation is most effectively implemented through strategic design and integration of openings within the building envelope; implementing natural ventilation can steer building design at concept stage or can be retro-fitted to an existing building, even on existing windows. The fundamental principles of wind driven and stack ventilation, using the strategies of cross and single sided ventilation, are implemented into Atria, external facades and internal screens, with a combination of product components.

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    Atria are now a common feature in schools and universities, providing natural ventilation and light and thus saving energy.

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    External Facade

    External facades are used in a natural ventilation strategy to provide openings for either single sided or cross ventilation.

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    Internal Glazed Screen

    Within an education building, the internal glazed screen is primarily designed to provide additional light and visibility into adjacent spaces.

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