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Daylight and fresh air with VELUX roof windows
Daylight and fresh air with VELUX roof windows

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Spacious and light: The new FRAC museum in Dunkirk has lots of space and light for the users. See the new building in our Daylight/Architecture magazine at: http://ow.ly/7tvl30hUImU
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Calling all LEGO fans! Check out this retro LEGO house featuring our very own roof windows 🤘
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Who will you give your heart to this year? 😍
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Before sundown on Valentine's Day, give your loved one the gift of light:
No matter the weather, take them on a healthy half-hour walk outside! And then enjoy a romantic dinner for two indoors… http://ow.ly/DlX230hUIy4
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At the new FRAC museum in Dunkirk, the visitors and the staff are always in contact with the outdoor climate. Find out why in our new Daylight/Architecture magazine: http://ow.ly/ztZn30hUIjA
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We are looking for students that feel strongly about the importance of daylight in architecture! Show us your unique take on it, by participating in the International VELUX Award 2018. You can register here: http://ow.ly/ruOr30gur9U
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A giant roof for a fresh breeze: Hiroshi Sambuichi’s Naoshima Hall is naturally ventilated throughout the year. Read more about the building in the latest issue of Daylight/Architecture. http://ow.ly/R0Ji30hhANY
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What a transformation! We love all the extra daylight coming in from the double balcony windows. http://ow.ly/lrFv30hhCHa
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"I think each work of architecture must possess a form and appearance the earth will accept“, says Japanese architect Hiroshi Sambuichi. Find out more about his Naoshima Hall in the Daylight/Architecture magazine http://ow.ly/R0Ji30hhANY
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We really see our communities sharing their own frosty windows these days. If it suits your strategy, you might choose to turn this into a competition to increase the engagement further.

Winter can be magical – if you’re lucky, you may even wake up to a work of art on your window.
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