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The Light & Colour Group at NTNU is established at the Department of Architectural Design, Form and Colour Studies. It consists of architects, interior architects, physicists and artists. This diverse group of professionals contributes to a working atmosphere where research has crucial multidisciplinary input.

The Light & Colour Group has developed contacts with a number of academic institutions and companies in and outside Norway, which gives the advantage of a broad interdisciplinary scientific network as well as a close connection to architectural practice.

The research conducted within the group involves daylight, artificial light, colour, physics of light and colour, visual perception, and related fine art. Most of the research addresses questions with direct application in architecture, but there is also research with more basic approach.

In order to conduct rigorous scientific research, the group has developed two high quality laboratories: ROMLAB and Daylight Laboratory. Both these important assets are internationally rather unique, as there exist only very few well equipped lighting laboratories around the world.

The group members are involved in education on all levels in courses arranged for students of architecture, for other students at NTNU and for different groups of practitioners. In this the two laboratories are frequently used.

Ph.d.-course Nordic light and colours - NTNU 2012 (.pdf)

Nordic light and colours

International PhD/Master course
(2.-7.03.2015)

Preliminary program (.pdf)

Colour in the city - Exhibition and conference

Buildings in Trondheim, Norway

Exhibition
25 September to 12 October 2014

Conference
26 September 2014


Colour in the city, NTNU

New book

Picture of the book

Released October 2013:

Nordic light and colour 2012

Light & Colour Group


Phone:
(+47) 73 59 50 77
Fax:
(+47) 73 59 50 03
E-mail:
barbara.matusiak@ntnu.no
Web:
www.ntnu.edu/bff/lightandcolour

Visiting adress:
Alfred Getx vei 3
Sentralbygg 1, 2. floor
Gløshaugen

Postal adress:
NTNU
Department of Architectural Design, Form and Colour Studies
7491 Trondheim