Daylight Symposium Stage Highlights
Since 2005, the Daylight Symposium has been dedicated to exploring the importance of daylight in creating healthy, resilient buildings. From this stage, more than 40 recognized and emerging voices in the fields of daylight research, education, and practice shared new knowledge and innovative applications related to the use of daylight in building design, particularly focusing on the health benefits for individuals and the environment.
The main theme of this Daylight Symposium was `Bridging Research and Practice.’
Speakers on this stage addressed the following topics: new applications of daylight with a focus on benefits for people and the environment, best practices for architectural daylighting, tools, metrics, legislation and systems for evaluating the daylight quality and performance, the role of daylight during pandemics and beyond, and the future of daylight education.
As in the past, the goal of this year’s Daylight Symposium was to encourage the sharing of scientific knowledge and practical applications by interlinking disciplines that are usually addressed in separated spheres and professional circles.