Daylight as a Driver for Healthier Energy Optimization

    Project Details


    Renovations of existing buildings have primarily focused on the energy consumption and ther-mal comfort. This project involves health as a priority design parameter, and through an exem-plary case study, the project examines how essential health aspects are better served. The pro-ject focuses on facade design. The project involves daylight quality as a design parameter and focuses on the clearest glass quality on the market. Through a major housing, the study docu-ments how aspects of health and energy are influenced by the quality of daylight/glass quality.
    Effective start/end date01/03/201630/06/2018

    Collaborative partners

    • Technical University of Denmark (lead)
    • Volfdesign.DK v/Carlo Volf (Project partner)
    • Danish Building Research Institute (Project partner)
    • Region Hovedstaden (Project partner)


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