Here are the areas for glazing and the wall types. I don't anticipate many future changes to this model, as it falls within the architecture 2030 target.
Update: I have decided to do a green roof due in order to simplify and fully utilize space. The wave idea was architecturally interesting, but I could find few sustainable justifications for it. Instead, I have replaced it with a green space for students to relax on and an enlarged outdoor area, complete with accessible egress and external access to make the rooftop into a fully public space.
The southern side of the building has fewer windows because I anticipated some issues with cooling and wanted to keep the building as cool as possible. There is also shading on the upper sitting area, which would receive the most light from the sun on average, along with the eastern side of the building, which has a nice overhang to lessen the light coming in to the second floor. I might need to add another overhang to help with cooling the first floor, but I will work on that as I increase the detail level in my model. As of right now, it is not a problem.
Below is the current information based on the Illuminance analysis:
I did quite well in the summertime for daylighting. Some of the rooms are below ground and therefore receive less daylighting, but those will be mainly exhibition rooms and therefore can have more controlled/targeted lighting. I may need to add more shade to reduce the heat that is incurred by this amount of light.
Link to model: https://docs.b360.autodesk.com/projects/29ac45db-c6c1-4d0f-80d7-10be716924af/folders/urn:adsk.wipprod:fs.folder:co.B5hatTCfRECHKXJmlaf60w/documents/urn:adsk.wipprod:dm.lineage:gD8FxCmVSCKdydP7NFYBqg