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Join our working with daylight masterclass on 30 November


Learn from our top panel and network with some of the UK’s leading daylight experts at this free masterclass

During the free breakfast event, held in association with VELUX on Wednesday 30 November, we will be exploring the theme of daylight with a focus on architecture and design in the education and leisure sectors.

We will be considering issues such as health and wellbeing, solar gain, sustainability, and the design opportunities and challenges of working with daylight.

Our expert panel includes:

  • Arfon Davies, Arup
  • Caroline Paradise, Atkins
  • Richard Mazuch, IBI Group
  • Elettra Bordonaro, Light Follows Behaviour

Each speaker will talk for 5 to 10 minutes, followed by a panel discussion and Q&A chaired by AJ editor-in-chief Christine Murray. 

This event aims to provide attendees with the chance to learn more about working with daylight, and to network with some of the UK’s leading experts within this field.

Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, so book now to make sure you don’t miss out!

Letting the light in – a masterclass in working with daylight

When Wednesday 30 November 8am to 10.30am

Where Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place London W1B 1AD

Includes Breakfast and refreshments

Free, but places must be booked in advance

Book Click here for more information and to register to attend

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