The first set of work was done for the Integrated Design Lab in Boise, the research arm of the University of Idaho for sustainable building design. This project is an example of digital daylight analysis done in Ecotect, then analyzed with Daysim, and Radiance for a classroom in Twin Falls.
The next set is of was for the Brulatour House in New Orleans, LA. The building will be renovated for use as art museums by the Historic New Orleans Collection and the program requires some bright, open spaces to view models and maps and some spaces with very controlled light (18 fc, 44,000 fc/yr) for centuries old pen and ink works. Our design team took light measurements at several museums, analyzed many daylighting strategies, and settled on a 68% clear sawtooth with 2 ft-oc fins and 20% VLT operable shade cloth. I was responsible for light measurements, daylight modelling, and graphics, and assisted in design development and client presentations.
Following that is a physical daylight model to analyze several ceiling design iterations of the multi-use space in an academic project. Graphs show the difference in daylight factor between two facade options; translucent with a typical screen and clear with a perforated copper screen. I ran this analysis using a heliodon and cloud chamber.