Adapting to daylight ’A strategy for designing a multipurpose hall’
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This project investigate the use of daylight as a primary light source in a multipurpose hall. While daylight is a biological part of our body, the typical multipurpose hall does not utilize daylight.The aim has been to achieve a successful daylight design that brings spatial qualities to multiple levels of the project. Making the hall an attractive place to gather.The adaptability of light is not just an add-on in terms of blinds, it is a mindset in designing architecture. In order for a building to be regarded as robust, valuable and worthy of care for future generations of users, daylighting design should be appropriated as a fundamental design approach. I simply believe that buildings that successfully utilize daylight as its main lightsource are the most preferred ones.