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Design Guild Mark for Lighting in 2020. Here’s your chance to enter!

Here at the Light Review we just love shouting (writing!) about great design, so when we heard that the prestigious […]

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The Circular Economy – but how will it work?

Lighting manufacturers are rightly embracing the principles of the Circular Economy and we’re looking forward to seeing lots of new […]

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Slow Design: why risk flygskam when you can tågskryt

The Light Review finished 2019 with a couple of pieces on Slow Design (add links). Its one of those philosophical […]

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Recolight welcomes Defra decision to require retailers to collect waste electricals and lamps.

Defra ( The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) have now confirmed that from the end of 2020, most […]

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The Lighting Tree

The Lighting Tree: Alison Gallagher

Alison is a senior lighting designer with Arup, London. She has also served on the national committee of the Young […]

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EDA announces new President

CEF Director of Operations, Chris Ashworth, has taken over as President of the Electrical Distributors’ Association (EDA) following the resignation […]

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Sustainable thinking – just look up!

I’d like you to imagine this: you’re rolling through the Wessex countryside. In front of you the road stretches out […]

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Low energy? It’s not good enough

Low energy is no longer enough, we have to look forward to a truly sustainable industry. The lighting industry can […]

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Urbis Schréder: Taking Control

We have been speaking in this series about where Public Realm lighting has come from and where we think its […]

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Recolight Conference: Lighting and the Circular Economy

Transformation to a circular economy is increasingly being seen as essential if manufacturing is to be sustainable.  This will become […]

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