A clever use of an exterior ‘blade’ fitting has led to a dramatic and dynamic lighting installation at a head office.
Semiconductor giant Arm has unveiled the UK’s biggest lighting installation based on Power-over-Ethernet at its new £90 million head office in Cambridge.
Lawyers in a global law firm now have the ability to tune the colour temperature of their lighting to suit their work patterns and activities.
Lighting tech giant Osram is practising what it preaches with an extensive Bluetooth-based lighting control system at its Munich headquarters.
‘We believe we’re ready to go’ – the words of one of the world’s top scientists about human-centric lighting. But is he right?
The latest technology, standards and protocols for wireless lighting control and IoT connected lighting are set to dominate the conversation at next week’s LuxLive 2019 exhibition as major end users, manufacturers, consultants and designers gather in London.
The University of Oxford has become the latest client to demand ultra low-glare lighting for its latest building project.
A comprehensive lighting control system at the recently-opened Dyson School of Design Engineering at Imperial College in London has increased energy efficiency and allowed the maintenance team to monitor and change the lighting using just a smartphone.
Leading architectural and building services consultancy Arup has conducted a pilot study at its London office into the behavioural effects of dynamic spectrally-tunable lighting.