Designing With Dynamic Light Textures Enlightening Designers
Watch the latest episode on LpS DIGITAL now.  Gijs Louwers in conjunction with Delft University of Technology based in The Netherlands, gives an overview of designing with dynamic light. Grab a coffee and take 18 minutes out of your day to learn more about atmosphere perception. Read more
Webinar: Impact Of COVID On The Lighting Industry
Discussing: what was the impact of COVID on the lighting industry and what to expect in the future.  Paul Bedard will be sharing his views and the impact the situation has had at Filix Lighting. Where do we see the lighting industry going after the COVID-19 Pandemic? What will... Read more
Light Bureau Wins IALD Award Of Excellence
Light Bureau receives the Award of Excellence at the 37th annual International Lighting Design Awards for the lighting design at The Twist.  The Twist is situated in the stunning Kistefos Museum Sculpture Park in Norway and spans across the Randselva River. The bridge twists through the scenic landscape as... Read more
IALD Webinar: Impacts Of Racism In The Lighting Industry
This is a historic time when society is confronting the legacy of racism and its deadly consequences on Black people.  Join the IALD for an open discussion about the impact of systemic racism in the lighting industry. Edward Bartholomew, IALD, principal of Bartholomew Lighting, Nelson Jenkins, founder of Lumen... Read more
A Harmony of Historic And Modern Architecture In Cologne
Neue Direktion, the former Directorate of German Railways is located in an open area, directly on the Rhine, and in the immediate vicinity of Cologne Central Station and Cologne Cathedral. It has recently been rebuilt according to the design of the kadawittfeldarchitektur office in cooperation with Graf + Graf... Read more
Samsung Leads Human Centric Lighting Movement
Samsung’s Human-centric Lighting Solutions utilise precisely designed light spectra with optimised amounts of cyan to accommodate lighting needs to the extent desired at any given point in time: the LM302N DAY improves alertness and the LM302N NITE enhances relaxation. The DAY and NITE packages can also be combined into... Read more
Bartenbach Launch New Optic Design
Bartenbach as part of the Repro-light Consortium Deliver Intelligent Optics Aldrans, Tyrol, June 2020 –  Bartenbach’s interdisciplinary team this week announced the successful engineering of two unparalleled optic designs. Driven by the scope of the Repro-light project, “To successfully initiate transformation in the European LED lighting industry, by creating... Read more
How To Light Your Home Office With Nulty+
Ellie Coombs, Managing Director at Nulty+ gives the Trends in Lighting team her top tips for creating a productive home office and improving your lighting scheme: With many of us having found ourselves unexpectedly working from home and the focus so far having been on stockpiling ridiculous amounts of... Read more
Silvair To Deliver Bluetooth Mesh Masterclass
This webinar will cover a wide range of aspects related to Bluetooth® mesh, giving you the understanding of the following principles, from the angle of practical implementations of lighting mesh products: 1. Radio network principles 2. Bluetooth mesh principles of operation 3. Security and provisioning 4. Information publishing and... Read more
General Electric Exit Lighting
After nearly 130 years in business and a series of breakthrough innovations that shaped the way we light up our homes, General Electric has sold its lighting division to the US-based market leader in smart homes, Savant, for a reported US$250 million(£198 million). While a licensing agreement means that... Read more
25th Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition Rescheduled For 2020
The 25th edition of the Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition has been rescheduled to 30 September – 3 October 2020.  The fair’s organiser announced new dates for the Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition (GILE), in a commitment to the industry to create business opportunities within the current season. GILE is known... Read more
Lighting Design Awards Nordic Nominees
May 16th saw the UNESCO International Day of Light 2020 commemorate sixty years after the first successful operation of the laser in 1960, by physicist and engineer, Theodore Maiman.  This day is a call to strengthen scientific cooperation, foster peace and sustainable development. To celebrate this year’s International Day of... Read more
Light + Building Moved To 2022
In view of the world-wide situation caused by the Corona pandemic, and the prohibitions on events and travel restrictions associated with it, Messe Frankfurt has decided, jointly with its partners – ZVEI and ZVEH – and with the Trade Fair Advisory Council, to defer the eleventh Light + Building... Read more
Repro-light Consortium Announce Intelligent Workspace Lighting Concept
The pioneering design team at Bartenbach unveils a brand-new intelligent lighting concept set to revolutionize workspace personalization. It is set to deliver a truly user-centric, workspace lighting blueprint for lighting designers to transform workspaces for healthier living.   The story began with Bartenbach’s involvement in the Repro-light project consortium, funded... Read more
BDP Stun With Rapid Response To Temporary Hospital Brief
BDP has turned around multiple sites for temporary hospitals across UK in record time.  The first field hospital was the conversion of the ExCeL London exhibition centre into an emergency COVID-19 facility with 4,000 beds.  BDP delivered the first 500 beds in just nine days.  Whilst it is a... Read more
Light Lunch With Team Nulty+
Nulty launches The Light Lunch Series: a weekly webinar celebrating all things light and design.  During this time while we’re all working from home the Nulty Team pledge to engage and inspire with their passion for lighting design. The twice weekly webinar, starting on Tuesday 7th April at 12:30pm... Read more
LpS DIGITAL – The First Lighting Conference And Exhibition
Luger Research announced the launch of its new platform LpS Digital.  LpS Digital will showcase current, high-quality lighting technologies, design and applications content, and acquaint the audience with the latest trends in product developments and applications.  Each lecture and expo presentation will be shared to more than 60,000 contacts in... Read more
Luminale Cancelled
Notice received from Messe Frankfurt 12th March 2020 Messe Frankfurt, have confirmed Luminale is cancelled.  In close cooperation with the Frankfurt Health Authority, Messe Frankfurt has decided to cancel at short notice. It was to be held in Frankfurt and Offenbach from 12 to 15 March. Due to the... Read more
PLDC New York 2020 Cancelled
PLDC have decided to cancel the 2020 event due to the impact of the coronavirus. Statement from the organiser: “Given the current international developments with regard to the Corvid 19 /coronavirus, as a company we are also obliged to react and adjust to the situation. In particular, in our... Read more
Designers Mind Launches Health And Wellbeing Programme
Designers Mind is a community where designers can share knowledge and experience to raise awareness around mental health and wellbeing.  A once taboo topic, mental health initiatives are increasingly gaining publicity and as a result, discussion is no longer shameful. The design industry is a very stressful environment often... Read more
Leducation To Postponed To August
The Designers Lighting Forum of New York and the LEDucation committee announced the LEDucation 2020 Trade Show and Conference will be cancelled based on the growing concerns of COVID-19 in the lighting industry and the New York community. The trade show and conference, was to be held in New... Read more
Trends in Lighting Forum &SHOW Cancelled
TiL 2020 Cancelled In light of the unprecedented events of the past few days please read the statement from Luger Research e.U. containing the sad news that the planned September Trends in Lighting Forum &SHOW will be cancelled. DORNBIRN, Austria, February 26, 2020 – In light of the recent... Read more
Vintage Osram Bulb Still Works After 70 Years
A forgotten passageway used by prime ministers and political luminaries – and closed up by Victorian labourers – has been uncovered in UK Parliament.  Historians working on the renovation of the House of Commons found the lost 360-year-old passageway, hidden in a secret chamber. “As we looked at the... Read more