6th VELUX Daylight Symposium


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Daylighting Standards: Some lessons from history

by Alan Lewis, University of Manchester, UK

Architecture with Daylight: Energy vs. Health

by Arne Hülsmann, Andres Lichtplanung, Germany

Daylight exposure in the in-door working population in Sweden, relation to sleep, wakefulness and health

by Arne Lowden, Stress Research Institute, Sweden

Evaluation of daylight characteristics in working environments

by Laura Bellia, University of Naples Federico II, Italy

Diffuse Daylighting Autonomy Correspondences with Daylight Factor values for Europe

by Bernard Paule, Estia, Switzerland

An Asymmetrical Solar Architecture

by Carlo Volf, Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark

Semi-Transparency in East Asia Architecture

by Chong Liu, School of Architecture Qingdao Technological University, China

Architecture for senses; how can we design buildings that stimulate our senses, follow our human needs and allow us to live in balance with nature?

by Christina Augustesen, Grontmij, Denmark

Access to Daylight – Getting People Outside and Daylight Inside

by Christoph Reinhart, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

The Role of Daylight in Today´s Architecture

by David Nelson, Foster and Partners, UK

First do no Harm

by Deborah Burnett, Benya Burnett Consultancy, USA

Evaluation of daylight in buildings in the future

by Helle Foldbjerg Rasmussen, Microshade, Denmark

Architecture for Wellbeing and Health

by Koen Steemers, University of Cambridge, UK

Constructing in Natural Light The Aesthetics of Well Tempered Domestic Environments

by Lonn Combs, Easton+Combs, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

Sunlight and mental wellbeing: evidence of links from social housing in Glasgow, Scotland

by L.B. Robertson, Glasgow School of Art, UK

Experiencing a daylit space through its physiological, visual and perceptual dynamics

by Marilyne Andersen, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

Light from All Around: Gunnar Asplund’s Stockholm Public Library

by Martin Schwartz, Lawrence Technological University, USA

Unchartered territory – daylight performance and occupant behaviour in a live classroom environment

by Nafsika Christa Drosou, Loughborough University, UK

The patient experience – the hospital from a child’s perspective

by Maja Lynge, Rigshospitalet, Denmark

Daylight in Urban Texture: Implantation of Daylight Design Strategies in Urban Planning: Barriers for Application

by Natalia Sokol, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

Contact to Nature

by Nick Baker, University of Cambridge, UK

Something Old, Something New – Daylight design for the Future Office

by Nick MacLiammoir, ARUP, UK

Daylight, Perception, Movement and Embodied Experiences

by Olafur Eliasson, Studio Olafur Eliasson, Denmark/Germany

The End of Night

by Paul Bogard, James Madison University, USA

Temporal daylight and its dimensions

by Paul Kenny, University College Dublin, Ireland

Sweden: The urgent need and ongoing battle to modernize daylight regulations. A case study

by Paul Rogers, Byrån för Arkitektur & Urbanism, Sweden

Daylighting for people with sight loss

by Paul Littlefair, Building Research Establishment, UK

Sustainable Architecture, Modern vs Vernacular Architecture in China

by Song Yehao, School of Architecture Tsinghua University, China

Daylight Metrics and their Sensitivity

by Sophie Stoffer, Aarhus University, Denmark

Architectural Atmosphere in Learning Environments – Daylight in Practice

by Stina Holm Jensen, AART Architects, Norway