Design Highlights (Top) More than 1,000 skylights or “light scoops” on the roof of Atlanta’s High Museum of Art capture north light and reflect sunlight,
filtering it into the galleries below. Direct sunlight is excluded and electric lighting is minimized; (Bottom left) House side shields help contain night
illumination of the Kresge Foundation site, casting a warm glow; (Bottom right) The lighting design at the new 19,500-square foot Kresge Foundation
building capitalizes on daylight and minimizes electric light. Glass walls flood every office and conference room with natural light.