For the education sector, the coronavirus pandemic was a loud wake-up call. In today’s landscape, schools need to incorporate more open, well-ventilated spaces not just to prevent the transmission of COVID-19 but also to support better learning outcomes. Against this backdrop, there is an opportunity to reimagine the educational landscape with innovative design strategies to provide an optimally safe, healthy, productive and comfortable environment for students and educators. For this reason, architectural glass louvres are solutions that should be at the front of mind for architects, designers and specifiers.
Architectural glass louvres & schools: Opportunities in the post-COVID landscape highlights the opportunities to use architectural glass louvres to improve student health, wellbeing and productivity. We discuss the advantages of architectural glass louvres, particularly in relation to ventilation, automation and their integration with building management systems. We then discuss how designers can use louvres to drive better outcomes in terms of student health and wellbeing, academic performance and preventing aerosol transmission. Acoustic and safety considerations in the education context are also examined.
Based in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Auckland and Winnipeg, EBSA is a leading Australian manufacturer and supplier of window automation and louvre systems. Driven by a strong focus on sustainability, EBSA offers the latest in window technology to deliver systems that make contemporary commercial, residential and educational buildings breathe.
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