KWR Watercycle Research Institute is nominated for the Daylight Award 2016. The biennial award that crowns exemplary and innovative implementation of daylight in buildings has attracted much attention again in this year’s edition. No less than forty daylight projects were submitted. All were reviewed in June and weighted during the extensive jury session led by jury chair professor Alexander Rosemann, professor Building Lighting at the Technical University of Eindhoven. The jury visited the new premisses of KWR, designed by cepezed, in Nieuwegein on July 6th. It was chosen as one of the in total seven nominated projects. Daylighting in the whole office and laboratory building, the visual connections within the building and with the surroundings and the positive influence of all of this has on the company’s performance were important starting points in the design.
The winner of the Daylight Award 2016 will be announced at the prize giving ceremony on October 6th in Leiden.
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