Good Lighting

Announcing a new Re:Lit project

John Bullock Lighting Design (jb-ld) has partnered with architect Ken Morgan (retired partner at Morgan Carey Architects, Poole) to provide […]

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Lighting is a key contributor to healthy buildings as we Build Back Better

On 30 June, the Prime Minister issued ‘A New Deal for Britain‘, promising to Build Back Better, and setting out […]

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ILP: makes the case for Good Lighting in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic

On Thursday 4 June Members of the Lords will debate the economic lessons learned from the Covid-19 pandemic and the measures […]

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New SLL President aims to Build Back Better

“With the Covid-19 lockdown leading to a cut in C02 emissions, it has also triggered an economic downturn, prompting governments […]

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7 ways to spot a quality LED lamp (and avoid the duds)

One of the best-kept secrets in the LED world is knowing where to buy (and specify) decent quality LED lamps. […]

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Bad Business and The Supply Mesh

Up until the current health crisis I, like many of us, had been watching another crisis unfold at the Grenfell […]

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What is ‘Lighting Design’?

A company in India is offering to take the drudgery of producing lighting layouts and lighting schedules off my hands, […]

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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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The Benefit of Brexit ( . . . what did he say??)

We’re entering a New Year – and I wish you all a happy and successful one. The general election is […]

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Slow Design: the principles

A few weeks back, we introduced you to the concept of Slow Design. Since then we’ve been asked to expand […]

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