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Designing with Daylight

The global winners from this year’s International VELUX Award 2016 on rethinking daylight in architecture

From unlocking semi-underground spaces in Seoul city to offering opportunities for blind children to ‘feel’ a world with light – the global winners of The International VELUX Award 2016 are rethinking possibilities for working with daylight.

The Architectural Review spoke with the winners and judges of the awards at the World Architecture Festival in Berlin to explore new thinking and approaches.