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Nordic Conference: Living in Light – People before Buildings

23. maj 2017 // 9:00 - 17:00

DKK750

Nordic Built Project Partners, The City of Copenhagen, Grundejernes Investeringsfond invites you to the Nordic Conference

LIVING IN LIGHT
PEOPLE BEFORE BUILDINGS

The conference will investigate daylight as a starting point when transforming existing buildings and houses for contemporary living. Keynote presentations, breakout sessions, networking, and the building industries 1:1 solutions will inspire and challenge the way we think, design and build with daylight today.

This conference focuses on the potential of daylight to transform existing buildings to meet the needs of human beings. The conference offers the opportunity to discuss visions and projects with the Nordic building sector.

How do we put to the fore our holistic approach to human beings while transforming our existing and often inadequate buildings?

Legislative demands, technological development and the building sector have an important responsibility in ensuring the quality of life for people while transforming existing buildings.

OUTCOME

Nordic co-creation of visions
for the potential of daylight for the Nordic cities and building sector – putting people before buildings

Insights into potentials
for building sustainably through the vision of living in light with regard to sustainability bottom lines, The Nordic Built Charter, and the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Learn
from visions, test experiences, analysis and applied solutions

PROGRAMME

The conference takes you through following phases:

AWARENESS

Why is a New Mindset Necessary? A Historical-Philosophical Kickstart of Awareness
Carsten Thau, Professor, KADK – The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (DK)

What is the Transformation Needed to Ensure and Grow the Quality of Future Living in Nordic Cities?
Trine Pertou Mach, Lecturer, Former Manager, Nordic Built Foundation, Former MP (DK)

Daylight that Shapes our Lives and Buildings – a Photographic Journey
Bert Teunissen, Photographer (NL)

POTENTIALS

Daylight in Buildings – a Driver for Human Health and Wellbeing. Newest Research in Applied Lighting Design and Architecture
Rodrigo Muro, Responsible of the Master in Architectural Lighting Design, The Royal Institute of Technology (S)

BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Immerse yourself in the conference breakouts – choose two of four sessions

People & Daylight
Anna Nordström, Architect & CEO, Nordström Kelly Architects (SE)
Rachel MacIntyre, Architect MAA, The City of Copenhagen (DK)
Torben Thyregod, Architect MAA, Ph.D. Fellow KADK (DK)

People // Daylight & Buildings
Jakob Klint, Senior Advisor, Kuben Management (DK)
Christer Nordström, Architect, Innovator & Founder, Nordström Kelly Architects (SE)
Eirik Bjørn, R&D Concept Manager, Dovista (VELFAC) (DK)
Jan Johansson, Architect MAA, Ph.D., KEA (DK)
Nordic Innovation To be confirmed

People // Daylight // Buildings & Solutions
Rolf Andersson, Building Director, KAB (DK)
Peder Vejsig, Chief Advisor, Cenergia, Kuben Management (DK)
Charlotte Hauksson, Project Manager, Senior Advisor, WSP (SE)
Jacob Nørløv, Owner, Architect MAA, Nørløv + Nørløv (DK)

People // Daylight // Buildings // Solutions & Business
Mikael Sokero, Researcher, DEMOS Helsinki (FI)
Oona Frilander, Consultant, DEMOS Helsinki (FI)

TRANSFORMATION

Future Transformations – Quality of Life, Quality of Light
Tor Nørretranders, Author and Lecturer (DK)

Realising the Vision for Light in Future Architecture
Reiulf Ramstad, Architect and managing Director, Ramstad Architects (N)

SHOWCASES

The Living in Light BOX
Svendborg Architects, Copenhagen Municipality, The Danish Transport, Construction and Housing Authority, UDP Danish Energy Agency, VELFAC, VELUX, EcoVent, Torben Thyregod, Aventa and Husfabrikken

The Daylight Lab
KADK – The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation

APART OR A PART
Photo exhibition from ArtEZ University of the Arts (NL)

WELCOME EVENT

On May 22 The Municipality of Copenhagen invites you to a welcome event at Copenhagen City Hall.

Meet Tina Saaby, City architect of Copenhagen and Rolf Gertslauer, professor at AHO, get a tour of City Hall and experience the famous ”Rådhuspandekager” (Pancakes).

The event is from 17.00-19.00, and the price is 100 DKK including a ticket to Tivoli. Register when you buy your conference ticket.

INFORMATION

PRICE
750 DKK
Pay with invoice or VISA/Mastercard

TARGET GROUPS

All who work with
City Planning
Architecture
Housing
Building refurbisment
Sustainability in the built environment

CONTACT

Kuben Management
Jakob Klint
jk@kubenman.dk

Gate 21
Signe Poulsen
signe.poulsen@gate21.dk

PARTNERS

The conference is financed through the Nordic Built projects ”Living in Light”, ”Active Roofs & Facades in Sustainable Renovation”, and Grundejernes Investeringsfond.

The conference is further organized through a strategic partnership with:
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation (KADK), The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO), The Municipality of Copenhagen and The Danish Transport, Construction and Housing Authority.

Details

Date:
23. maj 2017
Time:
9:00 - 17:00
Cost:
DKK750
Event Category:
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Venue

The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation
Philip de Langes Allé 10, Auditorium 2
København K, 1435 Danmark
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