Mirrored ductwork extends daylight

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Mirror Duct System – post on Transmaterial about a duct system that’s lined with reflective aluminum mirrors which can “extend light as much as sixty feet inside a structure.”


Developed by Tokyo-based Material House, Mirror Duct System is a completely passive technology that contributes to CO2 reduction by decreasing electric power usage for lighting as well as the additional cooling often required.

See a diagram of an installation at Toyota Motors Main Building here and more general information about the use of mirror ducts in Singapore here.

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