Better luminous conditions, with glareless light sources, side lighting and high spectral quality.
New opportunity for architectural creativity. Possibility to generate indoor environment of higher interest, with adapted 3D visual scenes through windows.

Better space management, through the improvement of indoor luminous environment using thin window frames in walls or partitions.
Low energy requirements met by the combination of Windauga ambient lighting and additional localized lamps.

An interesting related compound word coming from the Vikings when they raided and conquered parts of Britain. The Old Norse word vindauga literally ‘eye of the wind,’ (from Old Scandinavian vind «wind» and auga «eye») was a hole in a Viking dwelling to let in air. This gave birth to the English word window.