How can homes, schools and offices truly support human needs? How can these buildings and others be healthy places for their occupants, while also being energy efficient, respectful of resource consumption and in balance with nature?
Answers to these questions and more will be provided at this year’s VELUX Daylight Symposium for the first time held back to back with VELUX Healthy Buildings Day in one best-practice, knowledge-sharing event in Paris on October 9 and 10, respectively.
The two-day programme seeks to strengthen an evidence-based approach to building-centric design. Furthermore, it aims to build bridges from research to building practices so that scalable solutions can be created and real value can be added to buildings, to the benefit of their owners, users, and society at large.