Frankfurt, August 2022 – EuroWindoor is glad to invite to the conference “Daylight by EuroWindoor” at the glasstec fair in Dusseldorf. Well-known experts will lead the audience through the newest developments, scientific findings and legislative examples of daylight in buildings.
As a healthy indoor climate becomes more and more important during the planning and construction phase of a building, the use of daylight is getting more attention. This becomes even more important as many people were forced to stay indoor over the last two years with often insufficient air quality including daylight. Even on political level the topic has gotten momentum with the EPBD – for the first time – including indoor air quality as a parameter in construction.
The conference “Daylight by EuroWindoor” is showcasing for everyone interested on why daylight is even important. Mr Houck (Norwegian University of Life Science) will explain the human need for daylight and will start on how to take daylight into account when planning. From this Mr Andres (Beratende Ingenieure für Lichtplanung) and Mr. Courage (Chairman Dutch Daylight Foundation, COURAGE Architecten) will deep dive into the planning aspect and construction phase. Lastly Ms Philipponnat (Saint-Gobain Glass Bâtiment) will show in the name of UFME a practical level how policy developments are enacted. After each panel there will be time for questions.
Ms. Oberrauch (EuroWindoor President and member of Board of Directors Finstral AG) will be moderating the conference.
EuroWindoor would like to thanks our sponsors Aluplast GmbH, Finstral AG, Saint-Gobain Building Glass Deutschland and VELUX A/S to make the conference possible and helping to illustrate the importance of daylight in buildings.
If you would like to join the conference, please visit hall 11 B24. The conference begins at 13:30h and end at 16:00h.
For further information glasstec conference program please see:
EuroWindoor General Secretariat
60594 Frankfurt / Germany
Phone: +49 (69) 95 50 54 – 36
Fax: +49 (69) 95 50 54 – 11