Announcement: The Daylight Award 2024 laureates

On the UNESCO’s International Day of Light – 16 May 2024 at 18:00 (CEST) in Copenhagen, Denmark – The Daylight Award will announce the 2024 Laureates for Daylight Research and Daylight in Architecture. The ceremony will be livestreamed to a global audience.

On the UNESCO’s International Day of Light – 16 May 2024 at 18:00 (CEST) in Copenhagen, Denmark – The Daylight Award will announce the 2024 Laureates for Daylight Research and Daylight in Architecture. The ceremony will be livestreamed to a global audience.

Daylight Talk by Liene Jākobsone – Light, Views, Transparencies

The 2024 Daylight Talk series kicks off with ‘Light, Views, Transparencies’ by Liene Jākobsone in collaboration with the Art Academy of Latvia.

Discussing some of the practice’s projects, the lecture will reveal a significant part of the conceptual approach of Sampling: the exploration of how architecture unfolds in the eyes of its inhabitants and what unexpected and unusual experiences it can offer.

The 2024 Daylight Talk series kicks off with ‘Light, Views, Transparencies’ by Liene Jākobsone in collaboration with the Art Academy of Latvia.

Discussing some of the practice’s projects, the lecture will reveal a significant part of the conceptual approach of Sampling: the exploration of how architecture unfolds in the eyes of its inhabitants and what unexpected and unusual experiences it can offer.

Daylight Talk by SHAU Architects

The 2023 Daylight Talk series will conclude this year with Daliana Suryawinata and Florian Heinzelmann from SHAU Architects.  The pair will give the Daylight Talk ‘Between Capricorn & Cancer’ addressing daylighting in tropical regions, exploring design approaches between the quantitative and qualitative, rational and intuitive, formal and informal, while oscillating within these boundaries.

The 2023 Daylight Talk series will conclude this year with Daliana Suryawinata and Florian Heinzelmann from SHAU Architects.  The pair will give the Daylight Talk ‘Between Capricorn & Cancer’ addressing daylighting in tropical regions, exploring design approaches between the quantitative and qualitative, rational and intuitive, formal and informal, while oscillating within these boundaries.

DAYLIGHT TALK BY FUENSANTA NIETO

Daylight Talks returns for 2023 – continuing to explore the significance of using natural light in architecture in partnership with prominent architectural schools around the world. First in the series […]