See below how Accoustic ceilings by Eurocoustic can contribute to LEED criteria: Visual comfort
To ensure daylighting, artificial lighting and occupant controls are considered at the design stage to ensure best practice in visual performance and comfort for building occupants.
Several aspect are covered by this criteria glare control, daylight, view out…
- The potential for disabling glare has been designed out of all relevant building areas.
- Good practice daylighting levels have been met.
- Floor space in the relevant building areas has an adequate vie out to reduce eye strain and provide a link to the outside.
- Internal and external lighting systems are designed to avoid flicker and provide appropriate illuminance (lux) levels.
- Internal lighting is zoned to allow for occupant control
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The Eurocoustic ceilings, both aesthetic and efficient, provide answers suitable for all types of premises.
Our ceilings are conceived and created so as to obtain a very good reflection of light. Thus, it is superior than 85% for white panels (our ceilings with Boreal finish have a reflection of light of 88%).
With our range of Tonga® ceilings, which has a reflection of light of at least 85%, we increase the Daylight Factor (DF) by 6% compared to a standard ceiling having a reflection of light of 80%.
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