The Harvard name – recently revived in the lighting industry – looks set to have a permanent future home as part of Gallant.
Zumtobel has been speaking this week of its strategic partnership to incorporate Bluetooth control in its luminaires.
Think all LED tubes are made in China? Think again. IT engineer Markku Laatikainen has started manufacturing high-tech lamps in the middle of a Finnish forest.
Lansbury Lawrence Primary School is on track to significantly reduce its annual energy use following an upgrade to LED lighting financed by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets’ Carbon Offset Fund.
Urban areas tend to be on flat land because they generally develop alongside rivers – historically, the basis of our transport and trading networks.
An independent lighting designer has given a masterclass in the lighting of a pub restaurant with the makeover of The Falcon in Hertfordshire.
A COLOURFUL lighting scheme is complementing a distinctive interior of a new HSBC office in Sheffield.
A control system which marries the theatrical control protocol DMX with Bluetooth wireless has been created for a new venue space at London’s Science Museum.
A system of lighting control dubbed ‘progressive dimming’ has resulted in energy savings of 60 per cent at a Kawasaki factory on the south coast of England.
A car park project has won an award for eliminating light pollution and improving the environment for the local bat population.