A Little Light Conversation: Your Head and What Goes On In It, by Dominic Meyrick

In the first of his monthly columns for illumni, Dominic Meyrick, Partner and Lighting Principal at Hoare… Read More

Lights in the Night: Where Hope Takes Flight. By Dan Johnson and Mark Carpenter

Lights in the Night: where hope takes flight was voted into the ArtPrize Top 10 on Sunday,… Read More

Art Gallery of Ontario The Weston Family Learning Centre Lighting Design by Isometrix

The transformation of the west wing of the Art Gallery of Ontario into The Weston Family Learning… Read More

DLECTRICITY: Detroit's Nightime Exhibition of Art and Light From the 5th – 6th October 2012

Detroit is the latest city to become an international art destination and DLECTRICITY will feature works by… Read More

ARCHTOBER = LIGHTOBER: Join Leni for Two Unique Events in NYC

October is Architecture and Design Month in New York City. This Archtober Leni Schwendinger from Light Projects… Read More

Austube Supplies Bespoke Linear Lighting for Brisbane Supreme Court

Austube proudly supplied more than 9,000 metres of bespoke linear lighting for the new Brisbane Supreme Court… Read More

Light India 2012: International Conference on Redefining Light. 5th – 6th October 2012

Lighting is a 9000 crore (US$ 2 Billion) market in India and is growing at a consistent… Read More

Digital Crystal: Swarovski at London's Design Museum

Nadja Swarovski (Image courtesy of Dave Levene) Over the past decade, Swarovski’s design and architecture commissions have… Read More

Mark Major to Speak at Noche Zero 16th – 18th October 2012

Mark Major, lighting designer and founding partner of Speirs + Major, will be speaking at Noche Zero about… Read More

Rachel Burke Exits Electrolight, Returns to Theatre

Electrolight Melbourne Senior Associate Rachel Burke has left the company after 5 years to devote more time… Read More

The Henrik Clausen Interview Director, Fagerhult Lighting Academy

Henrik Hi, thank you so much for your time. The Fagerhult Lighting Academy (FLA) was established essentially… Read More

Life & Art by James Tapscott: Monuments, Criminal Court, and a Change of Direction

The whole concept of a generation of people living their lives with their heads buried in their… Read More

Bookings for the 2012 Victorian Lighting Awards Gala Dinner close on October 4th

This year’s event will be help riverside at Maia – Central Pier, Docklands on October the 19th…. Read More

The Berlin Festival of Lights Switches On from 10th to 21st October, 2012

The BERLIN FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS is one of the largest and best-known illumination festivals and public events… Read More

Open Air Transforms Philadelphia’s Night Sky, Turning Voices into Light

Opening celebration on the Ben Franklin Parkway draws huge crowds to experience artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s spectacular public… Read More