The Daylight Award 2022
Nominations for The Daylight Award 2022, the dual prize for research and architecture are now open. This is a unique opportunity for researchers and architects to acknowledge fellow professionals for their dedicated focus on daylight. Nominations will stay openuntil 30 September 2021.
One name, two prizes
The dual prize is organised under the common name The Daylight Award with the purpose of creating a closer correlation between research and architecture, emphasising the dependency of theory and practice and connecting the two worlds that should create synergies and strive for better livingconditions. The Daylight Award strives to trigger fresh perspectives and provoke new ways of thinking among researchers and practitioners.
The Daylight Award for Research will be given to an individual or a group of researchers whose work puts special emphasis on the effects of daylight on human health, well-being and performance.The jury will look for focus on daylight as a key element in the research work of the nominees. The nominations are open to all areas of research such as natural science, human science or social science.
The Daylight Award for Architecture is awarded to individuals or a group of architects or other professionals whose projects and works showcase unique use of – and dedication to daylight. Special emphasis will be put on series of works that consider the overall quality of human life, its value to the society and impact on the environment.
The Daylight Award will actively solicit nominations from professional organisations, architects, researchers and other professionals who have an expertise and interest in the field of daylight research and daylight in architecture. Additionally, the Award accepts individual nominations from professionals.