Daylighting

It is something we take for granted – every day. However it is not always something that we consider when designing buildings and structures. Factoring in the available daylight can sometimes have a huge impact on occupants health, running costs, luminaires required etc. Whether there are opportunities to utilise the natural daylight or if heat and glare from the sun needs to be mitigated should all be considered in the final design.

Compliance Modelling

It is often difficult to envisage how a space will appear once constructed when it is in the planning stages.

Compliance Modelling is used when the Building Code Acceptable Solutions are not enough, we can model daylight within habitable rooms to prove compliance with NZBC requirements and thereby help optimise the lettable area of a building.

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Gateway Bridge Arches Lighting

The NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) recognised the significance of the bridge at the intersection of Memorial Avenue/Russley Road (SH1) as a gateway to Christchurch.
LDP were chosen to design a world-class lighting installation to enhance the Arches.

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Gateway Bridge Arches Lighting

The NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) recognised the significance of the bridge at the intersection of Memorial Avenue/Russley Road (SH1) as a gateway to Christchurch.
LDP were chosen to design a world-class lighting installation to enhance the Arches.

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Gateway Bridge Arches Lighting
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