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International Velux Award 2018 „Light of tomorrow“ , Hamburg/ Deutschland

Architektur Wettbewerbs-Ergebnis

wa-ID
wa-2025426
Tag der Veröffentlichung
01.03.2018
Aktualisiert am
05.12.2018
Verfahrensart
Award
Zulassungsbereich
Europäischer Wirtschaftsraum
Teilnehmer
Studenten der Architektur
Beteiligung
633 Arbeiten
Auslober
Bewerbungsschluss
01.04.2018
Abgabetermin
15.06.2018
Preisgerichtssitzung
26.06.2018

Kategorie: Daylight in Buildings

Gewinner

Anastasia Maslova, Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering, Russland
Projekt: Light Forms Juggler
  • Gewinner: Anastasia Maslova, Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering, Russland
  • Gewinner: Anastasia Maslova, Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering, Russland

Finalist

Joana Robalo · João Umbelino · Ana Ázar · António Lopes
Miguel Pedro, Universidade de Évora, Portugal

Finalist

Fatai Osundiji · Emmanuel Ayoloto
Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

Finalist

Ziqi Chen · Shuaizhong Wang · Zeyu Liu,
University of Virginia, USA

Finalist

Qi Wang · Jingkai Chen · Peilin Yin,
Qingdao University of Technology, China

Kategorie: Daylight Investigations

Gewinner

Yuhan Luo · Di Lan · Yuan Liu · Yusong Liu, Tianjin University, China
Projekt: Road to Light
  • Gewinner: Yuhan Luo · Di Lan · Yuan Liu · Yusong Liu, Tianjin University, China
  • Gewinner: Yuhan Luo · Di Lan · Yuan Liu · Yusong Liu, Tianjin University, China

Finalist

Anna Borisova · Kamilla Akhmetova,
Kazan State University of Architecture and
Engineering, Russland

Finalist

Brice Lemaire · Xiaolan Vandendries · Julien Obedia,
Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgien

Finalist

John Nguyen · Stephen Baik · Abubakr Bajaman,
University of Toronto, Kanada
Verfahrensart
Internationaler Studentenwettbewerb

Wettbewerbsaufgabe
Unter dem Thema „Light of Tomorrow“ sollen zukunftsweisende Ideen im Umgang mit natürlichem Licht entwickelt werden. Dabei ist Tageslicht nicht nur als Design-Komponente zu sehen, sondern vielmehr als Energiequelle, die zugleich dem menschlichen Bedürfnis nach natürlichem Licht gerecht wird.

In der Kategorie 1 „Daylight in Buildings“ soll der Einfluss von Tageslicht untersucht werden, mit Fokus auf Architektur für den Gesundheitssektor sowie Projekte, die sich damit beschäf-tigen, wie Tageslicht und Architektur helfen können, gesündere Lebensumstände zu schaffen.

In der Kategorie 2 „Daylight Investigations“ geht es um Projekte, die sich mit den physikalischen Eigenschaften von Licht, Grundlagen der Optik und Beschaffenheit sowie technologische Entwicklungen, neue Materialien, Speicherung oder Beförderung von Tageslicht beschäftigen. Im Zentrum steht der Einsatz von Tageslicht im öffentlichen Raum zur funktionalen, kulturellen oder spirituellen Nutzung.
International VELUX Award 2018
 
 
Auslober
VELUX Deutschland GmbH, Hamburg 
 
Teilnehmer
The award is open to any registered student of architecture – individual or team – all over the world. We encourage multi-disciplinary teams including e.g. engineering, design and landscaping.
 
Sprache
Englisch
 
Preisgelder/Honorare
30.000 EUR
 
Aufgabe
Daylight in architecture is an ever-relevant topic. Daylight has been used for centuries as the primary source of light for the interior and architects have always been interested in and fascinated by daylight; yet daylighting can be a difficult discipline to approach, understand and master.
Daylighting describes the controlled use of natural light in and around buildings. It is the practice of placing windows, or other transparent media and reflective surfaces, so that natural light provides effective internal illumination during the day. Successful daylighting requires design considerations at all stages of the building design process, from site planning to architectural, interior and lighting design.
Today buildings are major energy consumers; strategies for reducing energy use and carbon emissions are therefore called for, such as using sunlight as a source of energy and light. Much focus on sustainable buildings has been on energy aspects. However, health is the most precious resource we have, and energy is only one aspect of sustainability. A primary goal for sustainability should be to sustain human life on Earth.
A good indoor climate, with generous daylight levels and provision of fresh air from outside, is the key to making homes, offices, kindergartens and schools healthy places to live and work in. We spend an excessive amount of time inside buildings – and the air that we breathe and the amount of daylight we are exposed to have a great impact on our health and well-being and thereby the quality of our lives. Therefore, we need to consider the right daylighting strategies and solutions for our buildings.
Leistungsumfang
“Light of Tomorrow” is the overall theme of the International VELUX Award. The award seeks to challenge the future of daylight in the built environment with an open-minded and experimental approach. Therefore, the award seeks to widen the boundaries of daylight in architecture, including aesthetics, functionality, sustainability, and the interaction between buildings and environment.
 
1. Daylight in buildings
Projects that demonstrate applicable principles for providing daylight and sunlight into buildings – including the effects of building construction and context of the site, shape and dimensions, window openings, screens, shadings, interior divisions, materials and external conditions.
Specific focus on architecture for health and well-being and projects that address challenges faced by cities, communities and modern societies, and where daylight and architecture can help create change through better and healthier living environments.
 
2. Daylight investigations
Projects that look at the physical properties of light, basics of optics and materials, as well as technological developments, new materials, storage or transportation of daylight.
The use of daylight in public space for functional, recreational, cultural or spiritual use and the effect of daylight on state of mind, health and well-being as well as the dynamics and temporal quality of daylight and its effects on behaviour and spaces over time and seasons.
 
Informationen
 
Termine
Bewerbungsschluss 01.04.2018  
Abgabetermin 15.06.2018 
 

 

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