Light shelf

January 1, 1970 12:00 am Published by Leave your thoughts

A light shelf is an architectural element that allows daylight to penetrate deep into a building. This horizontal light-reflecting overhang is placed above eye-level and has a high-reflectance upper surface. This surface is then used to reflect daylight onto the ceiling and deeper into a space.

Light shelves are typically used in high-rise and low-rise office buildings, as well as institutional buildings.

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