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Light-based Learning Sheets for Children – Part 2

Today we’re introducing the second instalment of our Learn to Light initiative – an educational resource that teaches children about light through enjoyable activities. Guided by Nulty’s inquisitive owl (who’s had a hoot coming up with three new topics), children are introduced to scientific vocabulary associated with light and encouraged to think about the role of light in daily life. As with the first instalment…

30.07.20

The Art of Drawing Light

Drawing light can go a long way when it comes to understanding illumination and indeed spatial…

22.07.20

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LEARN TO LIGHT: Light-Based Learning Sheets for Children - Part 2! Today we’re introducing the second instalment of our Learn to Light initiative

2020 Lighting Design Report

We’ve put together a 2020 Lighting Design Report that focuses on the workplace and summarises the…

10.07.20

Question Everything

It’s no stretch to say that we live in a world full of disinformation. But, somehow, it would be impossible if we didn’t. There are more than 25 billion connected devices in the world, and every person behind them has their own take on what they see and don’t see every day. Since we’re ever more entwined with what’s beyond our own neighbourhood, we generally…

26.06.20

The Future of Workplace Design

In partnership with FX magazine, we’ve brought together a panel of experts to debate the impact…

15.06.20

Daniel Blaker in Lightecture Magazine

In the new edition of Lightecture magazine, Daniel Blaker talks about creative lighting design and the importance of striking the right balance between need and possibility. While creative thinking is essential to producing great work, our role as lighting designers is to always question “why” we are lighting a project in a certain way before we move on to the “how”. Daniel’s article is available…

05.06.20

Herondale Avenue, London

We’re delighted to see this fabulous home on Herondale Avenue, southwest London, featured in The…

27.05.20

‘Light Up Your Lockdown’ Winners!

Firstly, thank you to everyone who entered our Light Up Your Lockdown photography competition. It’s been a…

19.05.20

Light-Based Learning Sheets for Children – Part 1

Today we’re launching Learn to Light, an educational resource that teaches children about light through…

18.05.20

Confessions of a Lighting Designer

Living in Dubai for three years whilst working as a lighting designer has taught me…

07.05.20

‘Light Up Your Lockdown’ Photography Competition

Light has often been cited as a symbol of hope with the power to unify…

01.05.20

“Light: An Instrument of Hope” by Paul Nulty

Paul Nulty shares his thoughts with DesignCurial on light and how, in tough times, it’s…

29.04.20

International Dark Sky Week, 19-26 April

This Sunday, 19 April, sees the start of International Dark Sky Week 2020. The global…

16.04.20

A guide to lighting your home office

With many of us having found ourselves unexpectedly working from home and the focus so…

09.04.20
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