More stories about Skylights

  • A Better Green Building Standard?

    The Passive House uses 83% less energy than the average home.

  • A Secluded Master Bath Maximizes Natural Lighting

    Pale, reflective surfaces and a strategically situated skylight flood a windowless master bath in daylight.

  • tube tops

    Levitt Goodman Architects: The Castor Recycled Tube Light has a tongue-in-cheek design but is all business.

  • laidley street residence, san francisco

    Lise de Vito and Jim Zack, AIA, lavished attention on the design of the skylight-topped staircase in their San Francisco townhouse.

  • doe mulling new energy star window and door criteria

    The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has just completed its second public comment period for the "2010 Energy Star for Windows, Doors, and Skylights Revised Draft Criteria and Report," pushing the window and door industry further toward tighter energy performance requirements for windows, doors, and...

  • down light

    Levitt Goodman Architects: Solatube's skylights capture daylight and disperse it into a home.

  • pacific palisades residence, pacific palisades, calif.

    Just about every design decision architect Ivo Venkov made on this project—the home (and office) he shares with his wife and fellow architect, Rossi Venkov—related back to the site, a steep hillside overlooking the Pacific.