Wasn't LED supposed to open up a whole new world of creativity? So where are the big design innovations of recent years?
This year marks the final curtain call for Urbis's ZX luminaire, a mainstay of streetlighting for more than 30 years.
If someone’s selling a you a lighting product that they claim will have a particular non-visual effect, take it with a pinch of salt.
Lux Today reports on Cooper Lighting's massive fluorescent recall in the US. The sector's major stories in a three-minute news wrap.
Plus: the underground farm that uses LED lighting to grow salad for London's top restaurants, and spy lights: cool or creepy?
Lux's technical editor Alan Tulla sets out three ways to light a fashion shop, using LED fittings from Reggiani.
As an electrical engineer at London Underground, Ivan Perre is the man in charge of the Tube's lighting. Lux sat down with Perre to talk LED testing and plans for the future of the Underground.
Now that lighting controls have become a standard element in virtually all lighting projects in the education sector, it is becoming increasingly important to consider how those controls will be used.
Most luminaire failures can be attributed to the driver. But in the race to reduce costs, driver lifetime is often misrepresented, says Will Gilbert of Solid State Supplies.