Abstract

Aiming at thermal comfort and integrated to the building envelope, a low-emissivity, double-glazed window is presented, with adjustable blinds and spectrally selective heat reflection, which allows illumination control and climate-adaptive co-utilization of the reflected infrared.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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