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FACADE COMPONENTS 1 STEEL ANGLES FOR CURTAIN

WALL AND LIGHT-GAUGE SUPPORT

2 LIGHT-GAUGE FRAMING AND

INTERIOR INSULATION

3 EXTERIOR SHEATHING AND

AIR-VAPOR BARRIER

4 CONTINUOUS RIGID INSULATION 5 RAINSCREEN SUB-FRAMING 6 ZINC COMPOSITE METAL RAINSCREEN

PANELS

7 CURTAIN WALL FRAMING WITH CUSTOM

PRESSURE PLATE TO SUPPORT VERTICAL FINS

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CUMMINS INDY DISTRIBUTION HEADQUARTERS INDIANAPOLIS, IN

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Average Annual Illuminance 7447 Cummins, December 22, 2014

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EXTERIOR PROPOSED SHADING EXTERIOR & OPAQUE SHADING PANELS

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OVERLIT AREAS

Overlit areas

Overlit areas

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Clear Glass (VLT/Tvis 65)

AverageVertical Annual Illuminance Fins (Varied 1’6”-2.0ȧ ) [Lux] [8am-6pm] Horizontal Fins (Varied 1’6”-2.0ȧ )

Clear Glass (VLT/Tvis 65) 4ȧ Horizontal Louver

(vertical slats designed for 70o cutoff angle)

Overlit Area : potential to cause high-contrast and glare issues Over 4,000 Lux

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ht Range

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Target Useful Daylight Range 200- 500 lux not to exceed 4,000

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Proposed Exterior Shading with O

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Underlit Area Under 100 Lux

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Materiality in Midsize Projects - Noah Biklen (Deborah Berke Partners)  
Materiality in Midsize Projects - Noah Biklen (Deborah Berke Partners)  

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