“The Windcatcher and Sunipe systems help contribute to our green ethos which is at the core of how we run our business. By installing Monodraught systems in the restaurant and bar area, our clients enjoy a fresh and light environment throughout the day.”

James Childs

C&B Mechanical Services

“Monodraught devised a solution to re-use the existing equipment. As a result, we were able to ensure as little disruption as possible and maximize the value of previous investments.  We are confident that we have installed a resilient solution.”

Clark Wells

Construction Manager, Loop Interiors

“Monodraught were engaged to design, manufacture and install the bespoke Sunpipe system.  Their design and technical knowledge was superb. The systems will help to create a brighter and more sustainable indoor environment at Battersea Power Station when it opens to the public”.

Tony Lawther

Operations Director, Briggs Amasco

"We selected the innovative Monodraught solution which ensures very efficient ventilation during the day when the children are in class and free-cooling at night. This enables the school to guarantee an ambitious ventilation rate. We were pleased to create a design which uses the environment as a strength rather than a constraint."

Christian Charignon

Tekhne Architects - Groupe Scolaire Maternelle et Primaire Simone Veil

"EllisCo are delighted to be part of this fantastic development for the University of Canterbury.  The Monodraught SUNCATCHER system will not only provide sustainable ventilation for the users of the building but also bring in natural daylight which studies have shown can improve health and well-being for students and staff in the building"

Peter Millard


We take the view that a holistic approach to engineering design results in more complete and fully integrated solutions, which apply to an entire building.  We decided to replace many of the conventional skylights originally proposed by using Monodraught Sunpipes because of the many advantages that these Sunpipe systems provide.  We considered that Windcatchers were an excellent way to ensure good natural air distribution and to meet the brief of providing a cost effective natural ventilation system within the building envelope budget.

Tim Goodwin

The Senior Partner of Architects, King Shaw Associates. Trinity & St Nicholas Primary Schools

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