Laboratory of Integrated Performance in Design
Ensuring comfort while promoting human wellbeing are part of a satisfying occupant experience in buildings, but must remain bounded by energy and material efficiency. LIPID’s research activities focus on ways to fulfill – at minimum and beyond- building users’ physiological and emotional needs accounting for the resources we have available by taking four main perspectives: Health, Comfort, Perception and Energy.
EPFL's innovation experts
Innosuisse, the Swiss Innovation Agency, draws on experts in a range of fields to review funding requests. We spoke with the four Innosuisse experts from EPFL – all of whom are women.
A dive into the daylight performance of Living Places Copenhagen
Marilyne Andersen was given the opportunity to talk about the analysis performed by OCULIGHT dynamics on the Living Places design proposed by EFFEKT Arkitekter within the actual house prototype, that was built in Copenhagen's Railway District named ‘Jernbanebyen’ by VELUX. The podcast was produced as part of the Grand Opening of the VELUX Build for Life – Living Places Copenhagen events.
Ideation around daylight through cross-disciplinary conversations
Prof. Marilyne Andersen, the inaugural laureate of the global Daylight Award for Research 2016 contributed to a cross-disciplinary conversation about daylight research and practice on April 25th, 2023 in Copenhagen together with Lars Courage, architect and former chairman of Dutch Daylight as well as winner of its award in 2012.