The MSC Lighting Design Programme is held by Aalborg University at its Copenhagen campus. Its interdisciplinary approach covers both daylight and artificial light in the crossing between three scientific fields; media technology, engineering and architecture. The purpose of the programme is for graduates to have an academic-technological as well as process-related approach to lighting design, and not least, a particular sense in designing with light in virtual and physical spaces, explains Ellen Kathrine Hansen.
”I think Danes have a grounded understanding for this transdisciplinary approach, especially within lighting and architecture referring to the modern movement where function and aesthetics are united. We are also lucky that the problem based approach is very advanced at Aalborg University and this is especially valuable when exploring the potentials of designing with light and exploring new possibilities”, she adds.
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