AIA Accredited Courses
Unitized Structural Skylights
This course is presented by Jeremy Rollison of RISE Architectural Sales on behalf of VELUX Commercial Skylights.
Throughout this course on Unitized Structural Skylights, we will review the popularity of unitized curtain walls, how it transformed vertical glazing, and an introduction to a 21st century innovation for unitized structural skylights. This presentation will dive into the benefits and design features modular daylighting brings to the efficiency of a building and its occupants.
Architectural Daylighting and Managing Glare
This course is presented by Jeremy Rollison of RISE Architectural Sales on behalf of AGL, makers of Solera Glass and SoleraWall.
DON'T COMPROMISE DAYLIGHT FOR GLARE CONTROL.
We know you come to work everyday to create great buildings and natural light is a critical part of any great building. Unfortunately, it has been way too challenging to put natural light into buildings. Existing solutions often conflict with practicalities like aesthetics, function, and budget. Solera and SoleraWall are engineered light diffusers that convert harsh direct beam sunlight into uniform natural light. They are the building blocks you need to create great daylighted spaces.
Inspiring Applications of Tubular Daylighting
This course is presented by Jeremy Rollison of RISE Architectural Sales on behalf of Solatube International.
The use of tubular daylighting devices (TDDs) has traditionally been considered as simply a functional way to deliver daylight into a building where windows and skylights could not. However, as architects encounter daylighting challenges from not only a practical, but also an aesthetic standpoint, they are now exploring how TDDs can be used as a design tool.
This session will study inspiring applications of Tubular Daylighting Devices around the world that deliver daylight into spaces with a unique aesthetic that complements the overall design. By merging both form and function, architects can create inspiring environments that also meet the health, safety, welfare and sustainability goals for the building.