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1. (WO2014024146) GLAZING WITH EMBEDDED MICROSTRUCTURES FOR DAYLIGHTING AND SEASONAL THERMAL CONTROL
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Claims

1. Glazing for daylighting and seasonal thermal control, said glazing being essentially made of a pane (25) defined between an outside- oriented interface (26) and an inside-oriented interface (27), said pane (25) comprising a first component (2) and a second component (3), wherein said first component (2) comprises a parabolic reflective surface with a focus point (F) located on said second component (3).

2. Glazing according to claim 1 wherein the second component (3) is made of a material which absorbs electromagnetic radiation.

3. Glazing according to claim 2 wherein the second component (3) is adapted to convert the radiation to thermal and/or electrical energy.

4. Glazing according to claim 1 wherein the second component (3) is made of a material which reflects electromagnetic radiation.

5. Glazing according to claim 4 wherein the second component (3) partly reflects electromagnetic radiation.

6. Glazing according to claim 4 wherein the second component (3) reflects the infrared and/or ultraviolet radiation but transmits the visible light.

7. Glazing according to anyone of the previous claims wherein the first component (2) is embedded within the pane (25).

8. Glazing according to anyone of the previous claims wherein the second component (3) is flat.

9. Glazing according to anyone of the previous claims wherein the second component (3) is arranged at the inside-oriented interface (27).

10. Glazing according to anyone of the previous claims wherein the first and second components (2,3) are arranged in such a manner as to both reflect the sun electromagnetic radiation in summer, i.e. when the incoming angle is relatively important.

11. Glazing according to claim 10 wherein said components (2,3) are arranged in a way as to minimize the reflection on the second components (3) in winter, i.e. when the incoming angle is relatively low.

12. Glazing according to anyone of the previous claims comprising several first and second components (2,3).