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Jocelyn Bates

Brian,
Everyone CAN experience the halo/donut at Mount Angel Abbey on Saturday, June 20th at their annual Wine and Arts Festival. AIA/P and AGC are hosting tours of Annuciation, the building that you referred to above, designed by Kent Duffy at SRG Partnership, as well as the stunning library by Alvar Aalto. Architects can recieve 2 highly-prized SD learning credits. AGC members can also earn credits. And of course the general public are invited too! Tickets are $50. Check it out at http://www.mountangelabbey.org/festival-arts-wine.htm

Duo Gard

Natural daylighting can do wonders for the mood. A common problem with many daylighing systems is heat transfer. How is the halo system working in this regard?

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