daylight management

[10.5.8.11]

The control of how daylight is admitted into architectural spaces in quality, quantity and timing. It includes design and/or control of apertures, glazing types, shading, filtration, and light redirection devices, and can be static (i.e., passive) or dynamic (with manual or automated adjustment).

NOTE: This term was added in RP-16-17 Addendum 2.

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