Spotlights are getting smaller. The simple reason: light sources are getting smaller too.
Hilton Hotels has unveiled a high-tech guest room that enables guests to control the lighting from their phone.
What were the stand-out innovations in lighting this year? At Lux Towers, we’ve had the heated debate, argued the toss and come up with the top 10 pieces of kit that really stood out for us in the last twelve months. See if you agree…
Lighting is changing, and the next 12 months will be a defining period in the sector as we move away from an energy-saving offer to fully embrace all things digital. The global Light + Building show in March 2018 will be a key moment, and all the while disruption and uncertainty look set to be continuing themes. Here’s how Lux sees the big trends to watch for in 2018:
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has come under fire for ignoring the importance of lighting in his blueprint for the future of the city.
A lighting installation at a care home in Denmark is using tuned light in an attempt to manage serotonin and melatonin levels in elderly patients.
The absence of adequate lighting in part of a chemical plant was a factor in a worker receiving ‘life changing’ sulphuric acid burns.