Last week, the LightStanza Business Development Team visited a number of firms in the Seattle area, getting to know the daylighting community in a city that paves the way for cutting-edge design. The team found that Seattle architecture firms were excited about LightStanza’s ease of use because it allowed them to expand the number of […]
The LightStanza Team is excited to announce a new easy-to-use streamlined software with enhanced reliability and full LEED v4 compliance. By signing up, you will have access to sweeping animations, a complete library of advanced daylight products, the most accurate and complete LEED v4 scorecard on the market, which includes all of the recent scoring updates, […]
LightStanza’s Principal and Founder Daniel Glaser is an environmentally-motivated bicycle enthusiast who encourages the team to opt for Boulder’s bike paths when getting to and from local business meetings. This summer the team did just that! Below is a photo Dan took of Will and Sydney on their way to Gettliffe Architecture to meet with talented architects […]
It is always an adventure when the LightStanza team heads next door to Denver, and the two most recent trips did not disappoint! First, Kelsey, Sydney, and Dan carefully packed their “paper computer” and headed to leading green firms in the Denver area. Kelsey and Sydney had spent weeks designing and building a “paper computer […]
In late June, the LightStanza team packed up, jumped on the bus, and headed to the tiny town of Nederland, CO for a nice change of scenery. They started the workday at the trendy Salto Coffee Works. Then they grabbed lunch at the quaint Mountain People’s Co-op, and ended their day at the beautifully-daylit Nederland Community Library. […]
LightStanza Founder and Principal Daniel Glaser joined six other Colorado Tech leaders in setting big goals for 2016, including broadening user base and increasing team strength within a small business model. Read more here.
In his 3 part blog post on cloud-based daylight simulations, Apoorv Goyal writes, “Lightstanza is a great tool since you can upload the model to the online website and let multiple simulations run at the same time.” Read his in-depth review here.