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    Breezway Altair louvre windows play on light and shadow

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    Visitors to the Breezway Head Office are often drawn to the unique characteristics of the building, particularly the pleasant feel of the breeze, and the amount of natural light streaming inside, thanks to the Altair louvre windows. Another aspect of the louvre windows that can be observed only in the morning when the sun is low in the sky, is the light pattern created by the angled, open blades.

    The entire eastern façade of the Breezway Head Office is made up of a wall of Altair louvre windows. Featuring green tinted glass blades, the windows reduce the amount of heat entering the building in the form of sunlight. The sunlight passing through, and between the tinted blades form geometric patterns on the walls and floors with the open clips creating additional interesting patterns.

    A favourite light effect is the rainbow effect created on the floor by the sunlight refracting through the edges of the glass blades.

    Visit the Breezway website for more inspirational ideas on how to use Breezway Altair louvre windows in building designs.

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