With Daylight America, architects and lighting design professionals can now design daylighting into a project on the same basis as electric lighting. One light fixture or lamp does not fit all the needs of a building, nor does one daylighting unit. Daylight America is the only daylighting company that provides active, passive and hybrid lighting systems in all standard sizes, with custom design available. One size does not fit all in lighting design, or in daylighting design.
Our component designs allow you to “mix and match” to build your daylighting system for each application and add options such as low voltage room darkening devices, hybrid lighting with fluorescent or LED fixtures, open high bay and interior finished ceiling options, and lighting diffusers for each application. Our component designs allow for perfect fit, performance and visual appeal.
Daylighting is now a standard feature in most new and renovated building designs as the design community seeks more affordable and common sense solar technologies. Daylighting technology allows for substantial energy performance and contributes a number of “organic” factors to the comfort and performance of a building and its occupants. Daylighting studies show improved health, occupant and building performance in commercial, retail and educational facilities. Daylighting is also an important contributor to LEED credits and points for sustainably designed buildings.
With our new design and technical site you can build your daylighting system(s) one room at a time, or an entire site with our full menu of components, sizes, options and technical support. Design your system from scratch, build your specification and design files and export them to your project files. We provide full CAD, PDF and written specifications to help you build your daylighting project.
Our satisfied architectural customers include education, commercial, retail, technology and industrial designers including Whole Foods, over 50 school districts, Target Stores, wineries, city, state and federal governments, medical facilities, recreation centers and private industry office designers.