London, 2-3 September 20156th VELUX Daylight Symposium
Daylight as a driver of change
Researchers, architects and other building professionals will meet in London on 2-3 September 2015 for the 6th VELUX Daylight Symposium. The Symposium will explore the potential of daylight to drive change in the way we think and design living environments. Registration for the Symposium is open until 31 July.
Gathering an international community of researchers, practitioners and legislators to debate the vital role of daylight in buildings and people’s lives, the 6th VELUX Daylight Symposium takes on the challenges faced by today’s 24/7 society. The topics of the 2015 Symposium range from ‘daylight and life in the cities’ to ‘daylighting design and practice’ and ‘how daylight affects human health, well-being and learning capabilities’.
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6th VELUX Daylight Symposium
”We arrange The Daylight Symposium every second year as part of our commitment to advance the role of daylight and indoor climate quality in order to improve human health and well-being inside buildings.
Since the first Daylight Symposium in 2005, we have seen the Symposium grow into a leading international forum for sharing of daylight research and practices.
We look very much forward to this 6th international gathering, and we are happy to be able to present new research, experiences and viewpoints from research, engineering and architectural practice at the 2015 London Symposium”
- Per Arnold Andersen, Head of the VELUX Group Knowledge Centre for Daylight, Energy and Indoor Climate
Don’t take our word for it
Here is what some of the participants from the last Daylight Symposium said.
The Daylight Site
The Daylight Site is run and facilitated by VELUX A/S. We support research concerning the impact of daylight and windows on the visual environment and our well-being.
With the site we have created a forum to stimulate the growing Worldwide interest in daylighting through an ongoing dialogue among building professionals.
The VELUX Daylight Symposiums, held every second year since 2005, represent a vital part of the site with an overview over presentations, papers and articles.
Visit The Daylight Site