Let there be light for health and wellbeing Webinar #5

Human-centered sustainability

Friday 15th May 2020

12:00 – 13:00 GMT

Welcome to the second of the ‘Human-centered sustainability’ webinars, an exciting series of online learning sessions by Green Building Encyclopaedia!

In a society where 90% of our time is spent indoors, more and more research supports the knowledge and intuitive idea that natural light (and high frequency artificial light that simulates it) is extremely important for the human circadian rhythm, good sleep and therefore good health.

As building designers and engineers, we are encouraged to ensure that the environment where people live, work and perform activities is in accordance with the best practice in relation to daylight and artificial lighting.

How do we make sure that a sustainable approach is embedded in our choices and design solutions?

Your expert speakers, coming from both academia and practice, will address:

  • Effects of lighting on human health
  • Daylight and artificial lighting, energy efficiency considerations
  • How to design buildings with correct daylighting
  • How to navigate artificial lighting design
  • Address regulations and best practice strategies
  • Practical examples and case studies
  • Tools to assess and design the optimum level and quality of lighting

We encourage audience participation throughout and will end the session with a Q&A with your expert presenters.

Speakers

Eleonora Brembilla, Research Associate at Loughborough University

Elisabetta Li Destri Nicosia, Associate, Sustainable Futures at HTA Design LLP

Host: Edith Colomba, Director of Learning at GBE

Format

This webinar is delivered ONLINE, however, if you are busy at that time, do not fear! Sign up anyway and you will be issued a recording afterwards.

CPD

If you join this webinar live, you will be entitled to 1 CPD hour.

Level

This webinar is relevant to both beginners and experts. Whatever your starting level, you will get a roadmap for continuing and deepening your learning on the subject.

Audience

This webinar is most relevant to:

  • Architects
  • Interior designers
  • Building product manufacturers
  • Lighting consultants
  • Mechanical and Electrical Engineers
  • Sustainability consultants
  • Students
  • Eco-curious!

Geographic applicability

Worldwide with some UK references.

Price

The price to join us on the live webinar is from £7.99.

Further learning opportunities

Please check out GBE’s Spring 2020 learning programme HERE for more opportunities regarding online / face-to-face courses, or contact us for bespoke CPDs by clicking HERE.

Looking forward to e-meeting you then!

Edith

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