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The Daylight Award 2022
DAYLIGHT IN ARCHITECTURE:
YVONNE FARRELL & SHELLEY MCNAMARA (IE)
Founders of Grafton Architects
ANNA WIRZ-JUSTICE (CH)
Neurobiologist and Professor emerita at the Centre for Chronobiology, Psychiatric Clinic of the University of Basel
MORE THAN AN AWARD EVENT
Daylight community of architects, researchers, educators and students, celebrating the 2022 Laureates for Daylight Research and Daylight in Architecture.
The Daylight Award?
The Daylight Award honors and supports daylight research and daylight in architecture.
It acknowledges and encourages scientific knowledge and practical application of daylight, which interlink disciplines that are usually addressed in separated, monocultural spheres, professional circles or practices.
The Daylight Award strives to raise a holistic understanding of daylight, and increase its positive impact on life.
The Daylight Award Laureates
THE DAYLIGHT AWARD 2022 — DAYLIGHT IN ARCHITECTURE
Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara
THE DAYLIGHT AWARD 2022 — DAYLIGHT RESEARCH
The attention brought to the importance of daylight in human health flagged up the whole relationship between neuroscience and architecture in general
— Russell Foster, 2020 Daylight Research Laureate
The Daylight Award for Architecture 2020
Finnish Architect and Designer
The Daylight Award for Research 2020
Director of the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology and Head of the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute at the University of Oxford
The Daylight Award for Lifetime Achievement 2020
Architect, Photographer & Writer
The Daylight Award for Architecture 2018
The Daylight Award for Research 2018
Consultant for Anyhere Software and Senior Member of Technical Staff – Research at Dolby Laboratories, Inc.
The Daylight Award for Architecture 2016
The Daylight Award for Research 2016
Nominations for 2024
are accepted until 30 September 2023
Nominations are accepted, internationally, from peers who have a knowledge of and interest in advancing outstanding daylight research and unique use of daylight in architecture.
The Daylight Award is
given in two categories
The Daylight Award for Research is awarded to individuals or smaller groups of scientists who have distinguished themselves as outstanding contributors to internationally