- in winter, the sun describes an arc from the south-east to south-west, remaining low in the sky. The sunlight floods the interior of the building, bringing with it maximum light and heat into the Heliodome.
- in summer, the sun describes an arc from north-east to north-west, positioning itself very high in the sky. Solar radiation therfor scarcely enters through the glass surface into the interior, and because of this the building reamins cool.
Why the Heliodome ?
Yearly sunshine and the Heliodone Solar house