Architectural Lighting Design
The two-year Master's degree program Architectural Lighting Design is an international course taught in English. Students attend lectures and receive practical training regarding the application of daylight and artificial lighting into architecture. Particular emphasis will be put on the interrelation of man, light, and space. Light is considered an integral part of the holistic concept of architecture.
In addition to the basics of architectural lighting design, health issues will also be addressed. Light in relation to health and wellness, which are priorities in the current curriculum, are important topics for the future and need further understanding and research.