Seeing The Light Daylight Assessment for Apartments and Medium Density Housing
Daylight Assessment for Apartments and Medium Density Housing.
The quality of internal amenity to apartments and medium density housing is one of the most challenging issues confronting planners, architects and decision makers at all levels.This course brings together recognised industry experts to provide participants with the tools, skills and language to understand how daylight quality is measured, what standards can be used to assess daylight quality and how can buildings be designed to improve daylight quality.
If you want to have the most up to date information on this topic, then you must attend this course.
Who should attend?
This course will be suitable for planners, architects, designers and decision makers that have experience in medium and higher density housing development.
Issues covered include:
- Daylight and urban design
- The Statutory Planning Context
- The Legal Perspective
- Daylight Engineering
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