This international symposium had as it’s focus how light can be used to create buildings that promote human health and well-being. Attracting world renowned architects; designers; engineers and researchers, it provided an exciting forum for the exchange of ideas and for the sharing of innovative work in this field. This was a fantastic opportunity to present the En’Light’en project to an international audience and to make exciting links with others passionate about light!
I am delighted to have presented the En’Light’en Project at the 7th VELUX DAYLIGHT SYMPOSIUM IN BERLIN, 3-4 MAY 2017 (http://thedaylightsite.com). Nearly 400 attendees were there to hear all about the project and the presentation was also streamed live to many thousands more. Featured in the presentation was my recent work with daylighting and light shelves. The Dynamic Light Shelf featured here http://youtu.be/MnIxc07TKvU projects moving light patterns onto the ceiling. A direct link to nature and the weather conditions is created as passing clouds and the movement of a tree (not visible in the space) are presented as a beautiful ever-changing light show.