Parras passive solar design gallery
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- This is a picture of two small skylights used to light a windowless hallway. They function as two bright lights would throughout the day and don't allow much of the sun's heat in through the thick glass.
- This is at my house on calle Andres Viesca
- This is a great means of saving energy, and using the plentiful sunlight that is already there, while minimally changing the temperature of the room.
- The family is in the habit of turning light switches on as they walk into a room. Sometimes the light in between the skylights is on at high noon, merely a habit that's easy to break with awareness.
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