Good Lighting

Explainer: how to choose an electrician for your home

Black Friday has passed and you have received your boxes of replacement lights and want it all installed and working […]

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Slow Design: an introduction

At PLDC 2019, in Rotterdam, the audience was introduced to the principle of ‘slow design’. Dr. Amardeep Dugar, ably assisted […]

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Looking for a new way to specify? Spektd is here for you.

The Light Review’s Lighting Tree asks lighting designers for their least favourite activity in the creative process of producing lighting […]

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The 7-Step Programme to Good Lighting: Step 3 – The Specification

I’m in a hotel room and have just finished what was laughingly called ‘a breakfast box’. There is a yawning […]

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Are LED lifetime figures a ticking timebomb?

There is a conversation underway about how we can check the rise of inferior products, poor installations and . . […]

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Good Lighting : counterfeit product

At a recent EDA Regional Business Forum in Exeter, the delegates were received with an update on the situation regarding […]

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The 7-Step Programme to Good Lighting: where does that come from?

They say: ‘A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step’ They also say: ‘The road to hell […]

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New Lighting Products

Producing photometric data – what do we need?

Specification of data required for a luminaire – photometric data There is a practical reason for data collection on luminaire […]

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The 7-Step Programme to Good Lighting: Step 6 – The Install

All things being equal, this really shouldn’t be a problem. The problem is – not all things are equal. Between […]

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Society of Light and Lighting: Lightbytes, Bristol

LightBytes events offer a day of peer-reviewed, bite-sized presentations, focusing on key issues relating to lighting professionals and those within […]

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