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  • Journal of Daylighting

    Journals

    ISSN: 2383-8701

  • Discussing daylight simulations in a proposal for online daylighting education.

    Publication
    • F. Giuliani
    • M. Khanie, Sarey
    • N. Sokół
    • N. Gentile,

    - Year 2020

    There is increasing interest concerning daylighting in the building sector. However, such knowledge is difficult to penetrate the curricula of architects and designers as existing educational programmes often do not provide sufficient training on BPS. This also leads to superficial use of daylight simulations. This paper presents a proposal for a needs-based education package on daylighting design, that mixes modular eLearning...

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  • First Outcomes of an Investigation about Daylighting Knowledge and Education in Europe

    Publication
    • G. Federica
    • N. Sokół
    • V. Raquel
    • V. R. Lo Verso
    • H. Coch Roura
    • F. Caffaro

    - Year 2017

    DAYKE (Daylighting Knowledge in Europe) is a project to investigate the daylighting knowledge and skills of Architecture students and practitioners from different countries within the European Union. This paper introduces the first stage of the research and provides results from a direct survey taken by 161 students from seven schools of Architecture: two in Italy, one in The Netherlands, two in Poland and two in Spain. The results...

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  • THE INFLUENCE OF THE EVOLUTION OF DAYLIGHTING SYSTEMS OF EXHIBITION SPACE ON THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE MUSEUM'S BUILDING

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    The paper deals with the architecture of museums as dependent on the ways of lighting the exhibition space. The work focuses on the analysis of the influence of daylighting systems on shaping the museum's architecture in the period from the Renaissance to modern times. The method of work includes studying literature and the case study of the objects characteristic of the presented concepts and lighting systems. The results of the...

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  • Daylighting Education in Practice Verification of a new goal within a European knowledge investigation

    Publication
    • F. Giuliani
    • N. Sokół
    • R. M. Lo Verso
    • F. Caffaro
    • A. Diakite
    • R. Viula
    • B. Paule

    - Year 2018

    Two independent surveys were conducted in 2017 and in 2018 among architecture students across Europe to investigate their knowledge on daylighting and the impact of that knowledge on the visual perception of daylit spaces. A total of 600 responders were involved. This paper presents findings from the second survey, which was distributed in six European countries. Based on the findings from the first survey, a new goal was set for...

  • COMBINING FUNCTIONAL AND AESTHETIC ASPECTS OF DAYLIGHTING IN SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE WITH THE USE OF DIGITAL DESIGN METHODS

    Publication

    The aesthetics of modern architecture should relate to its origins and goals - the environment, function, sustainability and its users. One of the conditions that meet the criteria is the presence of daylight and the use of its potential. The contemporary digital tools that support the design process allow to controlling the use of difficult and capricious materials, such as daylight. They also combine daylighting aspects with...

  • A study about daylighting knowledge and education in Europe. Results from the first phase of the DAYKE project

    Publication
    • F. Giuliani
    • N. Sokół
    • V. R. Lo Verso
    • R. Viula
    • F. Caffaro
    • B. Paule
    • A. Diakite
    • Y. Sutter

    - Architectural Science Review - Year 2021

    This paper presents selected results from the first stage of DAYKE (Daylight Knowledge in Europe), a 3- phase project that investigates the knowledge on daylighting in buildings among architecture students and practitioners across Europe. Subjective judgements from 561 students from 8 architecture universities in the EU, collected through two surveys in 2018. The key findings are: (i) the spatial distribution of comfort and mood...

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  • NLITED - New Level of Integrated Techniques for Daylighting Education: Preliminary Data on the Use of an E-learning Platform

    Publication
    • F. Giuliani
    • N. Sokół
    • N. Gentile,
    • M. Khanie, Sarey
    • V. R. Lo Verso
    • F. Caffaro

    - Year 2022

    Project NLITED – New Level of Integrated Techniques for Daylighting Education - is an educational project for students and professionals. The project's objective is to create and develop an online eLearning platform with 32 eModules dedicated to daylight knowledge. The project also offers e-learners two summer school training where the theory is put into practice. The platform was launched on January 31, 2022. The paper...

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  • Natalia Sokół dr inż.

    BACKGROUND       Master of Science in Light and Lighting (2008-2009/11) The UCL Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, Faculty of the Built Environment, London, UK, www.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk       MA Degree in Interior Architecture (1999-2004), The Academy of Fine Arts, Poznan, Poland, www.uap.edu.pl       MA Degree in Art Education (1997-2002), Academy of Fine Arts, Poznan, Poland, www.uap.edu.pl MAIN RESEARCH AREAS ·         ...

  • THE ARCHITECTURE OF DAYLIGHT IN THE DISCOURSE ABOUT THE AESTHETICS OF SUSTAINABILITY

    Publication

    The need to create ecological and energy efficient architecture is evident today. In the contemporary discourse on architecture more and more attention is dedicated to the aesthetics that expresses the idea of sustainability. The article is a voice in this debate, concentrating on the architecture that features daylight. Solar light comes from the natural environment and brings some substantial benefits for the architectural space,...

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  • Lighting conditions in home office and occupant’s perception: Exploring drivers of satisfaction

    Publication

    - ENERGY AND BUILDINGS - Year 2022

    This paper depicts lighting home office conditions within different countries and continents, emphasizing the user’s satisfaction with the visual environment. The scope of this article is to investigate the drivers of participants’ satisfaction with the lighting conditions at the home office. The study was developed by a team of international experts working together on Subtask A: User perspective and requirements, Task 61 IEA...

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  • Daylight design for urban residential planning in Poland: in regulations and practice. A comparison study of daylight conditions observed in the four neighbouring residential areas

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    This paper reports on the partial results of the research aiming to illustrate how an integration of daylight design into an architectural planning process can help designers to create the residential buildings in respect to the environmental issues, solar and illuminance gains, as well as, the residents’ needs and comfort. It describes how changing daylight recommendations affected the design of the block of flats regarding their...

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  • ISDEL 2019

    Events

    16-09-2019 00:00 - 18-09-2019 23:59

    Spotkanie międzynarodowych naukowców i konferencja ISDEL dotycząca rozwiązań oświetleniowych w architekturze i urbanistyce w ramach zadania IEA task 61 INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS FOR DAYLIGHTING AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING

  • Literature review of user needs, toward user requirements

    Publication

    - Year 2020

    This report has been developed in the frame of the IEA SHC Task 61 Subtask A “User requirements”. The main objective was to rethink and reformulate user requirements to lighting (daylighting and electric lighting) in public buildings on the basis of a thorough literature study. The work is a joint effort of a number of scientists and represents collective knowledge in this topic. The concept of Lighting quality is the one, among...

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  • Lighting conditions in Home Office and occupant’s perception: an international study

    Publication

    - ENERGY AND BUILDINGS - Year 2022

    The global pandemic and physical distancing restrictions are forcing us to rethink how residential buildings are used regarding the visual environment. This paper describes home office lighting conditions within different countries and continents. The aim is to define the current limitations of home offices in providing a resilient visual environment. The work was developed by a team of international experts working together on...

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  • Use of Daylight and Aesthetic Image of Glass Facades in Contemporary Buildings

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    The paper deals with the architecture of contemporary buildings in respect to their aesthetic image created by the use of natural light. Sustainability is regarded as a principle of contemporary architecture, where daylighting is an important factor as it affects energy consumption and environmental quality of the space inside a building. Environmental awareness of architecture, however, involves a much wider and more holistic...

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  • Boundary conditions for non-residential buildings from the user’s perspective: literature review

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    - ENERGY AND BUILDINGS - Year 2022

    Background and objective: This paper aims to review the boundary conditions (B/C) in specific categories (energy, building use, and lighting) within non-residential buildings to pave the way to a better understanding of users’ requirements and needs of the built environment. For this paper, B/C are understood as unique preconditions, specific characteristics for use, determining specific features of buildings, enabling an accurate...

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  • Justyna Martyniuk-Pęczek dr hab. inż. arch.

    Justyna Martyniuk-Peczek, Ph.D., D.Sc. Associate Professor Department of Urban Design and Regional Planning, Faculty of Architecture Gdansk University of Technology                 My academic and research activity has been concentrated around one specialty — urban planning, however it involves an interdisciplinary reference to other fields, such as lighting and the science of management. In terms of quantity, my academic work...

  • THE ROLE OF DAYLIGHT IN ARCHITECTURAL CREATIONS OF CONTEMPORARY CULTURAL FACILITIES

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    The paper studies the role of light in architectural creations of contemporary buildings of representative function. Based on the selected projects and completed buildings dedicated to culture and art, it analyzes and systematizes the examples of using light to obtain visual effects that mark the architecture with a universal and timeless message. The method of research is case study and critical analysis of literature. Light plays...

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  • Computational and experimental evaluation of view out according to European Standard EN17037.

    This paper presents an experimental evaluation of view out based on EN17037:2018 Daylight in Buildings within an educational building. The primary motivation to conduct the research was an introduction of a view out appraisal criteria by the mentioned standard. The study gives insights into the following: (i) the use of computational evaluation of an outside view according to the EN17037 criteria (ii) the use of the direct simultaneous...

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