1. A building with excellent thermal insulation uses less electricity to heat in the winter and cool in the summer.
  2. Using natural lighting lessens the need for artificial lighting.
  3. It offers a healthier interior for people and furniture by blocking UV radiation.
  4. Lightweight materials require less materials and accessories and lessen the energy required for transportation because they do not require a heavy subframe.
  5. Complete recycling.
    The term “daylighting” in architecture refers to the practice of allowing natural light into structures in order to reap a variety of advantages, including improved visual comfort and productivity, better health, and greater energy savings. Reaching a balance is necessary to achieve optimal quantities of sunshine, as too much can result in uncomfortable glare and massive amounts of heat.
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