Daylight: Rethinking Relationships/Changing Perspectives: a Daylight talk by Per Olaf Fjeld
The Daylight Talks is a series of free, online video lectures curated by DAYLIGHT AND ARCHITECTURE and organized in partnership with prominent architectural schools around the world.
These insightful talks explore the significance of using natural light in architecture and feature designers and educators actively working with daylighting in their projects and educational programs. Though the focus of these talks is always on the use of natural light in design, each speaker brings a unique perspective to the topic. The goal for this lecture series is to challenge and inspire all architects to consider the role of daylighting in new and innovative ways.
Supported by the VELUX Group, the Daylight Talks have been endorsed by the International Union of Architects (UIA) and the European Association for Architectural Education (EAAE).
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