NORTwood louver is a versatile and functional architectural element that can be used to enhance the energy efficiency, natural light, and privacy of a building.
A louver (or louvre) is an architectural feature that consists of a set of angled slats or fins that are fixed together in a frame. The slats are usually made of wood, metal, or plastic, and they are angled in such a way that they allow light and air to pass through while also providing some degree of privacy and protection from the sun and rain. Louvers are commonly used in windows, doors, vents, and other building elements that need to control the flow of air and light. Louvers can also be used for decorative purposes and can be designed in various shapes and sizes to complement the overall aesthetic of a building. They can also be used to create interesting patterns of light and shadow on the interior of a building.