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Center for Integrated Design

January 12, 2016

Daylight Consulting Project Featured in Architectural Record

A luminance rendering showing the relative levels of light reflected by various surfaces in the room.

A luminance rendering showing the relative levels of light reflected by various surfaces in the room.

“An oasis in a crowded city center, the Gohar Khatoon Girls’ School in Mazar-i-Sharif, the capital of Balkh Province in northern Afghanistan, was built under the auspices of two American aid organizations, which brought together a U.S.-based design team, Afghan construction crews, and local government in a unique collaboration to restore and elevate a battered educational infrastructure for young women.”

-Architectural Record, January 2016.

The Center for Integrated Design’s  Michael Gilbride served as the daylighting  consultant for the project. Read the full article on Architectural Record’s website.

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