A new sustainable Bay Area high school campus, Nueva High School, opens in Fall 2014. In alignment with the school’s sustainability goals, the school integrated a beautiful LSX solar awning providing for 30% of the current campus’ electricity needs. Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects designed a student centric campus that gives the students an educational environment that is visually and architecturally stimulating while keeping sustainability in mind.
Solar was an extremely important aspect of the project and keeping in mind that the array needed to combine solar generation with architectural inspiration, LMS Architects turned to Lumos and our LSX Frameless Module System and Luminalt, a locally owned and operated solar designer and installer, to help integrate solar into the campus’ design. LSX modules with their unique through-bolt mounting system allowed the architects to integrate solar modules into a stunning, asymmetrical awning structure, creating shade for the building and a visually striking design element.
Solar Structures, Canopies and Awnings on K-12 Schools, College and University Campuses
Lumos Solar has partnered on more than 20 school, college and university Solar Canopy System projects across the United States and Canada including San Diego State University University of Utah, University of Alberta, Hawai’i Preparatory Academy, Okanagan College, Colorado College, Lower Columbia College and University of California Irvine.