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Light Symposium 2022

Light Symposium 2022 has the aim of how to outline how to define sustainable approaches for lighting design.
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Light Symposium 2022

21 September, 2022 at 08:00 23 September, 2022 at 17:00 CEST

A. C. Meyers Vænge 15
Copenhagen, 2450 Denmark
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Price Varies Early Bird rates available to 30 June.

Re-thinking Lighting Design in a Sustainable Future

Lighting design is a diverse field involving a wide range of disciplines, including lighting design, architecture and interior design, lighting engineering, virtual and media technology, cognitive and neuroscience, product development, amongst others. This diversity of approach, driven by collective desires for better lighting, presents certain challenges, but through knowledge-sharing across different scientific fields, we can propose new ways of living with light: ways that consider the needs of people and the planet, and rethink the approach to lighting design in both research and practice. 

In this context, Light Symposium 2022 (LS2022) is the 8th in a series of successful conferences, which have had the objective to bring together researchers, professionals and industry. The aim is to deliver a state-of-the-art outline of how to define sustainable approaches for lighting design to meet the UN sustainable development goals.

At LS2022, an international committee consisting of representatives from six different universities, the lighting industry, practice, Danish Center for Light (DCL) and the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) will present a program of presentations from researchers and practice, discussions, workshops, exhibitions and social activities. The overall intention is to exchange knowledge about how we together rethink lighting design into a sustainable future.

Light Collaboration Network at LS2022

LCN will be hosting sessions at LS2022 and we look forward to meeting you there. Find out more about these sessions here.

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