Date: 11 April 2022
According to the orientation of the TUM Campus Straubing for biotechnology and sustainability, Schuster Pechtold Schmidt Architekten chose environmentally friendly and low-emission materials and renewable raw materials for the new teaching and research building.
These included our light-diffusing insulating glass KAPILUX. As a light band in the glass partition walls of the seminar rooms, it creates a pleasant learning and working atmosphere. The transparent capillary panels installed in the space between the panes ensure uniform illumination of the room without shadows being cast. In addition to very good sun and glare protection, the capillary tubes improve the thermal insulation and transmission values can be individually adjusted to the requirements. The structure of the transparent capillary tubes, visible on both sides, characterises the appearance of KAPILUX T. With partial transparency, the glass creates an effect of depth and a lively appearance.