Sun protection, energy-saving & architecture

Using an external shading system, such as awnings, pergolas, and so on, is essential to any building in times of intensified climate changes and common weather phenomena. It is critical because it is directly related to energy savings, creating a positive relationship between the building and the environment, and protecting humans from harmful UVB rays. As a result of the outbreak of ecological problems, the need for research, study, creation, and use of modern and effective shading systems becomes even more pressing.

Every year, the amount of energy used for air conditioning and heating increases. Therefore, it should be made so as not to overheat the building’s interior with the sun’s invasion during the summer. The right external shading system can provide effective protection against the sun’s rays, rain, and wind by acting as a filter between the building’s exterior and interior environments. Controlled sun exposure of a building can result in an ideal internal temperature and significant energy savings. However, the role of shading systems is not limited to preventing unpleasant sunlight and rain. At the same time, it must allow sunlight to enter the room when desired, ensuring proper ventilation and lighting in each case.

The light control process within a building is quite complex, necessitating specialized knowledge. The light that falls on a building is not static. It varies by season, depending on the time of day, climate, orientation, etc. Of course, shading systems play an important role in the appearance of buildings, contributing to functionality and aesthetics by interacting and collaborating with the architecture.