Sunphade partnered with Rikshospitalet, one of Norway’s leading medical centres in Oslo, to implement our solar construction on the hospital’s windows. The collaboration aimed to enhance patient comfort, improve energy efficiency, and create a more sustainable environment within the healthcare facility.
Rikshospitalet faced challenges managing solar heat gain, glare and maintaining a comfortable indoor environment for patients and staff. Traditional window treatments were not fully effective in controlling these issues while still allowing access to natural light and maintaining a pleasant view.
– Joachim Hagerup, SECTION MANAGER FOR REAL ESTATE AT RIKSHOSPITALETSunphade is a product we need, and it will be exciting to test it.
Sunphades solar film technology provided an ideal solution for Rikshospitalet. The film was seamlessly applied to the hospitals existing windows, offering dynamic solar control that adjusted to changing sunlight conditions. It ensured optimal light transmissions, reduced glare, and minimized heat gain, resulting in a more comfortable and soothing indoor environment.
By incorporating Sunphade on its windows, Rikshospitalet experienced significant improvements:
- Enhanced patient comfort facilitating faster recovery.
- Lower energy consumption and decreased operational costs.
- Embracing a sustainable approach by maximising the use of natural light.
The successful implementation of Sunphade at Rikshospitalet demonstrated the immense benefits of this advanced solar control solution. By combining this technology with the expertise of Sunphade, Rikshospitalet achieved improved patient comfort, energy efficiency, and sustainability. This case study serves as a testament to the transformative potential of Sunphade in diverse healthcare and architectural settings, creating spaces that prioritize well-being, performance, and environmental responsibility.