We create unique solutions on the architectural market based on simulations, programming, artificial intelligence and genetic algorithms.
We operate in two areas, services and research.
We use technology to promote sustainable development and well-being in architectrual design.
spatial Daylight Autonomy
Simulation and luminance analysis for office spaces, healthcare, services and residential buildings.
Spatial Daylight Autonomy is a method of measuring the amount of light that reaches the internal space of the building, allows to determine the quality of daylight and to measure the fulfillment of the minimum conditions for working and using the space.
The sDA indicator is used in the certification of LEED v4 and WELL Building Standard .
The Daylight Factor indicator, which determines the ratio of external to internal natural light.
Simulations are performed with a cloudy sky model using the materials of the elements inside the building.
The simulation results are used, among others, in the certification of BREEAM buildings, determining the quality of daylight for building users.
The quality of daylight can be determined by the chance of a glare effect. The simulation allows to calculate the chance of the short-term blinding effect of the space user.
By using a three-dimensional model, material properties and lighting conditions, it is possible to perform a simulation that will help minimize the negative impact on visual perception.
Sun radiation analysis
We offer simulations of potential solar energy gains.
The results of the simulation allow to compare the solutions in terms of the possibility of gaining energy from solar radiation in passive buildings or to determine the optimal location of photovoltaic panels.
Direct Sunlight Hours
We carry out simulations that allow you to determine the time of exposure to sunlight for both the space and building facades.
We offer simulations with regard to technical conditions as well as simulations for the entire year with a measurement accuracy of up to 1 minute.
Wind Tunnel Simulations
By using the Computational Fluid Dynamics simulation, it is possible to determine the impact of wind on the functioning and safety of space users.
Thanks to the use of simulation, it is possible to compare alternative solutions in terms of wind impact and design safe and comfortable spaces.
Pedestrian Wind Comfort
By making a set of wind simulations, we are able to calculate the condition in which we provide comfort to future users of the space.
Referring to the guidelines that already exist in Great Britain, we can predict whether a given space will allow for free movement, staying or safe cycling.
We deal with project optimization and preparation of elements for digital fabrication.
We work with the use of small and large-scale 3D printing, machining and robotics
Custom Design Solutions
In our work, we use computer programming, which allows us to create our own tools.
We will help your project by creating scripts and algorithms that will allow you to automate your work or solve problems that do not correspond to the tools available on the market.
We use new technologies in our research. By using the device for eye tracking, it is possible to study the influence of the designed space on the attention of its future users.
Thanks to the use of eye-tracking, it is possible to examine what architectural elements affect the visual perception of future users, and the knowledge provided allows to design a space that fulfills its visual functions.
EEG and neuroarchitecture
We are in the process of developing methods for measuring brain waves in the context of the analysis of city space and building interiors.
Electroencephalography, or EEG, allows us to measure human brain activity, which allows us to study the influence of space on the level of interest, focus, fatigue and stress. By analyzing comfort, we have the opportunity to design healthy spaces together.