LED lighting is being used to provide high-speed wireless connectivity in a network trial unveiled by mobile operator O2 at its headquarters in Slough in the UK.
High street stalwart Debenhams has installed colour-tuneable lighting in the changing rooms at one of its latest stores.
The official shortlist for the project categories in the 2018 Lux Awards has been announced in London.
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A local authority in the capital has taken a creative approach to the dark and threatening rail underpasses on its patch - by giving them a lighting makeover with dramatic red light.
A wheelchair-bound passenger and his fiancée have been hit by a falling metal luminaire diffuser while travelling on a train in southern England.
A helicopter company has become one of the latest organisations to join the trend for renting its luminaires rather than buying them.
Two years after the company stopped making lamps, Osram has announced that it is selling its luminaire division.
Gordon Routedge says that the 3-30-300 ratio developed by property giant JLL could be the key to getting lighting taken seriously in a building project.
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