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  1. Bendable LED Profiles Lumipro profiles allow designers to bend, twist, and curve the streaks of lights for re-shaping the profiles to create amazing lighting designs. The flexibility of bendable aluminum profiles allows for varied designs such as circular, semi-circular, hexagonal, octagonal, triangular, rectangular, and star-shaped and many more unimaginable fascinating shapes of lights. The mix and match of bandwagons of lights provide you the flexibility to craft your own style statement. Each pattern is so vivid and rare, eye-catchy and a piece of mesmerizing art that stands out from clutter for a noticeable effect. And with combination designs, it definitely enables to make your space elegant and energy-efficient. The lights emitted from the resistant LED profiles blends harmoniously into the walls or ceiling structures. Deepen your perception of space and transform interiors with the seduction of light. With formation of unique shapes and silhouettes, it gives new life to architecture. Light pours from the profiles and falls on surfaces like a waterfall, making the surrounding environment soft and all-enveloping. The semi-recessed version enhances the magic of this fixture by hiding the source of light. Enjoy the amazing mix/match jigsaw with LED profiles. You can customize almost infinite lighting patterns as wild as your imagination permits or limits! Unique and contemporary in design, the slim linear luminaires seamlessly integrate into interior design to enhance architecture. With a floating weightless appearance, their strong visual appeal is aptly suited for commercial offices, stylish villas, supermarkets, department stores, museums, theatres, educational institutes, recreational areas, metro/bus stations and various public places. More information: lumibright
  2. LED lights are absolutely important these days for households and commercial places. A place like stadium or auditorium needs proper lighting arrangements. If there is no proper lighting, you shall find that a lot of problems would occur in conducting sporting events or conferences or cultural programs on the stadium. Moreover, in this era of modernization, every stadium needs to be renovated so that they give more safety as well as comfort to the spectators. This will help increasing revenue collection of the stadium. This is why you need 400w LED flood light for the stadium. The advantage of using LED lights shall be discussed in the following section of this article. 1. Environment Friendly Lighting Solution LED lights give environment friendliness, as it consumes lesser power or electricity. Basically, the mechanism of illumination of LED lights is completely different from the mechanism of traditional lighting systems. Florescent lights get heated up after certain time and they start consuming more and more power. Nevertheless, they release heat which can cause damages to the environment, contributing significant amount of heat to the global warming. To protect environment, it is better to adopt LED lights in place of the traditional lights. LED lights work more seamlessly and they prevent wastage of energy. 2. High End Efficiency and Durability Since LED lights do not get heated up, some people think that they would not offer the best illumination. In reality, you shall get perfect illuminating effects from LED lights. These lights are made to serve users for a long time. Durability is a factor that makes LED lights so popular these days. Once installed, the LED lights can serve you for at least 20 years without any significant maintenance cost. On the other hand, orthodox fluorescent lights last around 5-10 years maximum. 3. Colorful Lighting Solutions Arranging colorful LED lighting solution is quite a cost-effective thing. Stadiums often need to hold inaugural ceremonies for various sporting events or tournaments. For this purpose, colorful lighting will be required. That can be attained with the stylish as well as contemporary colorful LED lights. For colorful lighting, no additional cost is required. This is one of the biggest advantages of LED lighting. 4. Heavy-duty Illumination With LED lighting solutions, you shall get heavy-duty illuminating solutions. You can opt for 1000 Watt LED light which shall give excellent lighting solution for the stadium without any hassles. Lights would not get warm even after being illuminated for long time. One can easily keep LED lights illuminated for 10 hours to 12 hours for the purpose of stadium flood lighting. 5. Amazing Cost-effectiveness The best thing about LED lights is that they are highly cost-effective. You can save your money by opting for LED lighting solutions. Stadiums need heavy duty lighting solutions and thus the stadium authority has to pay high electricity consumption bills. With LED lights, initial investment would be high, but cost-effective on the long run can be attained. It will lower down power consumption and thus would make your monthly bills reasonable. LED lights would also last long without any maintenance requirements.
  3. Façade Festival 2017 For seven nights from September 4-10, the third edition of Façade Festival, an annual public art initiative and projection mapping festival in Vancouver, featured the work of ten artists, witnessed by over 35,000 attendees. Go2 Productions was the technical provider, who tested all the artwork on their in-house 8' 3D model of the iconic Vancouver Art Gallery. They also contributed the festival's finale, titled "Contradistinction." Using eight double-stacked 20k Barco projectors, Go2 created kaleidoscopic movements via contrasting 2D and 3D graphics, precisely-mapped manipulations, and depth illusions. Watch "Contradistinction" in the video above. Burrard Arts Foundation is proud to present FAÇADE FESTIVAL 2017 in partnership with the Vancouver Art Gallery. FAÇADE FESTIVAL 2017 is a visually stunning week-long public art project and cultural event kicking off the fall season. From September 4th to September 10th, 2017, ten contemporary Canadian artists will spectacularly transform the Georgia Street façade of the Vancouver Art Gallery. FAÇADE FESTIVAL 2017 is the third edition of this exciting annual public art extravaganza, joining the ranks of such internationally renowned arts festivals as VIVID in Sydney and NuitBlanche in Toronto. Each year, the Burrard Arts Foundation commissions new artworks by a wide range of talented artists from British Columbia. Boldly combining new and traditional media in conjunction with the cutting-edge digital technology known as projection mapping, local artists create ephemeral artworks that vividly respond to Vancouver’s vibrant city center and urban landscape through a plethora of styles and approaches. FAÇADE FESTIVAL 2017 presents ten strikingly innovative site-specific artworks to be projected directly onto the Georgia Street façade of the Vancouver Art Gallery’s iconic architecture. With its biggest lineup yet, FAÇADE FESTIVAL 2017, showcases artists Diyan Achjadi, Fiona Ackerman, Scott Billings, Annie Briard, Shawn Hunt, James Nizam, Luke Ramsey, Evann Siebens, Ben Skinner, and Paul Wong. More info at facadefest
  4. LED Backlit Poster Frame - Big Naked Wall Big Naked Wall, an online art gallery that exclusively focuses on backlit art is announcing its official launch this week with the unveiling of their “Life is a Feeling” campaign. Big Naked Wall is a provider of large, backlit, and interchangeable artwork. The backlit aspect of the artwork is new to the art industry and is currently unique to the marketplace. “We feel our product will resonate with designers and art enthusiasts alike. It invokes an emotion and feeling and at the essence that is what designers are selling; feeling. Our contemporary art concept allows for flexibility in design at a modest investment” says Raymond Wali, Creative Director at Big Naked Wall. Titled “Genesis” by Zouassi, this artwork is the same as previous. However, once the lights are dimmed, you can see the visual impact these backlit frames make on its environment. In addition to the art being backlit, it is also interchangeable. This means a new piece of artwork can be purchased without the frame and the existing image can be replaced. Big Naked Wall works with popular artists around the world to provide limited edition pieces. The frame and artwork are self-assembled on site so they are easily shipped and can accommodate larger sizes without special handling or shipping charges. “Our backlit art provides a new depth and impact that traditional canvas art does not. Our frame system is unique, in that you can easily purchase additional art and swap it out as desired. These pieces look great in commercial or residential applications, we are excited to bring this to market” adds Raymond. Titled ”Colored Spectacle” by Mark Lovejoy, this is an example of the differences shown when artwork is backlit vs non-backlit. Titled “Astronaut in Space” by Zouassi. This is another backlit art piece that showcases the deep impact that the backlighting provides on its environment. The picture below is used to show the relative contrast of when the artwork is backlit vs non-backlit. Source: dzinetrip, bignakedwall
  5. "Arrangements": The New Contemporary Lighting Design Series for Flos Michael Anastassiades presented Flos newest contemporary lighting design series: Arrangements. The designer explained that the series is, at its essence, “a modular system of geometric light elements that could be combined in different ways, creating multiple compositions as individual chandeliers“. “Each unit simply attaches onto the previous one as if resting, balancing perfectly as part of a glowing chain“, explained the designer. These almost architectural pieces can be carefully twisted and warped, creating an unusual intersection of fields: lighting and jewelry design. “I have always been fascinated with the parallel that exists between lighting and jewelry. starting from the simple fact of how each piece relates to the human scale: one is designed to be worn on the body whereas the other is made to decorate the space someone occupies”, said Anastassiades. The designer also mentioned that he’s “challenged by how the delicate nature of something small can be translated spatially and still manage to retain its preciousness in the way materials are presented. It is no coincidence that the word ‘pendant’ has a double meaning. existing both as a piece of jewelry that hangs from a chain worn round the neck, and a light designed to hang from the ceiling.”
  6. "Arrangements": The New Contemporary Lighting Design Series for Flos Michael Anastassiades presented Flos newest contemporary lighting design series: Arrangements. The designer explained that the series is, at its essence, “a modular system of geometric light elements that could be combined in different ways, creating multiple compositions as individual chandeliers“. “Each unit simply attaches onto the previous one as if resting, balancing perfectly as part of a glowing chain“, explained the designer. These almost architectural pieces can be carefully twisted and warped, creating an unusual intersection of fields: lighting and jewelry design. “I have always been fascinated with the parallel that exists between lighting and jewelry. starting from the simple fact of how each piece relates to the human scale: one is designed to be worn on the body whereas the other is made to decorate the space someone occupies”, said Anastassiades. The designer also mentioned that he’s “challenged by how the delicate nature of something small can be translated spatially and still manage to retain its preciousness in the way materials are presented. It is no coincidence that the word ‘pendant’ has a double meaning. existing both as a piece of jewelry that hangs from a chain worn round the neck, and a light designed to hang from the ceiling.” Source: designboom
  7. “Naked truth”, presented by ACTLD at the “Bright Brussels Festival” 2017, invites the public to discover a contemporary light & sound show in probably one of the most unusual locations – a construction site on the banks of the canal. Source: actld
  8. The Gantry Restaurant and Bar, Sydney Architect: Bates Smart Lighting design: Electrolight Product: VarioLED™ Flex VENUS White TV IP67 Customer: Pier One Sydney / The Gantry Restaurant and Bar Location: Sydney, Australia Photos: Rohan Venn Photography With spectacular views of Walsh Bay and the majestic Sydney Harbour, “The Gantry Restaurant and Bar” is one of the best waterfront restaurant locations in Sydney. Steeped in maritime history since 1912, The Gantry’s name pays homage to the original structures on iconic Pier One. The design by architectural firm Bates Smart combines industrial roots with a contemporary slick fitout with exposed pillars, steel framing, elegant furniture and timber flooring with rich, dark, moody lighting. From the reception area, the eye is drawn to the imposing bar with custom built boat-shaped lights floating above. Driven by the atmosphere of the location, Electrolight created this custom light sculpture. They drew inspiration from the “organic form and movement of the ocean’s creatures and the way modern yachts replicate these movements”. The work, named ‘Squelette’ was conceptualized by the Electrolight Sydney team and appointed to Axolotl for manufacturing. The lighting inside the unique sculpture is the VarioLED™ Flex VENUS TV in W827 – a fully flexible protected light line that could be adhered to the inside of the Squelette, creating an internal sculptural glow. The end result is an impressive light sculpture that is in perfect harmony with its environment. For additional information, please visit www.led-linear.com
  9. Architect: Bates Smart Lighting design: Electrolight Product: VarioLED™ Flex VENUS White TV IP67 Customer: Pier One Sydney / The Gantry Restaurant and Bar Location: Sydney, Australia Photos: Rohan Venn Photography With spectacular views of Walsh Bay and the majestic Sydney Harbour, “The Gantry Restaurant and Bar” is one of the best waterfront restaurant locations in Sydney. Steeped in maritime history since 1912, The Gantry’s name pays homage to the original structures on iconic Pier One. The design by architectural firm Bates Smart combines industrial roots with a contemporary slick fitout with exposed pillars, steel framing, elegant furniture and timber flooring with rich, dark, moody lighting. From the reception area, the eye is drawn to the imposing bar with custom built boat-shaped lights floating above. Driven by the atmosphere of the location, Electrolight created this custom light sculpture. They drew inspiration from the “organic form and movement of the ocean’s creatures and the way modern yachts replicate these movements”. The work, named ‘Squelette’ was conceptualized by the Electrolight Sydney team and appointed to Axolotl for manufacturing. The lighting inside the unique sculpture is the VarioLED™ Flex VENUS TV in W827 – a fully flexible protected light line that could be adhered to the inside of the Squelette, creating an internal sculptural glow. The end result is an impressive light sculpture that is in perfect harmony with its environment. For additional information, please visit www.led-linear.com
  10. Lighting design: Studio Fractal Product: VarioLED™ Flex HYDRA HD10, VarioLED™ Flex HYDRA LD25, VarioLED™ Flex VENUS White TV IP67 LED Linear Partner: Architainment Lighting Ltd Customer: The Meadows Shopping Centre Location: Chelmsford City, UK Photos: Studio Fractal and The Meadows Shopping Centre Electrical Contractor: Birchalls Electrical Ltd The Meadows Shopping Centre lies in the heart of Chelmsford City Centre between the rivers Can and Chelmer, and offers a unique shopping experience where popular national brands such as Fat Face, Warehouse, BHS and Giraffe sit alongside bespoke independent retailers giving visitors great choice and variety. As part of a refurbishment programme, the three original stone entrances have been replaced by striking, contemporary glazed facades, whilst both the primary and feature lighting has been upgraded with dimmable LED lighting. Award winning lighting designers Studio Fractal were commissioned to design the new lighting, and worked with Architainment Lighting Ltd and Birchalls Electrical Ltd to deliver the final solution. With over two hundred metres of coving to illuminate across the centre, it was imperative to choose a solution that was not only energy efficient, but reliable due to it’s limited accessibility. VarioLED™ Flex HYDRA LD25 was installed in the coving, whilst VarioLED™ Flex HYDRA HD10 was selected for the edge of the dropped ceiling in the double height atriums due to its higher light output. To visually enhance the new full height glass facades, each entrance features the new illuminated Meadows logo, whilst VarioLED™ Flex VENUS TV IP67 has been embedded into the external stonework to frame each entrance. The new lighting solution now has a variety of timed lighting themes, automatic regulation of internal lighting, and a custom Meadows branded touch screen that the Centre Management team can use for both regular use and special occasions. “We’re delighted with the results of the refurbishment and the positive difference it’s made to the centre. Both the centre entrances and the internal lighting have significantly improved the overall appearance of the centre and have received lots of positive comments from our shoppers.” says Sue Patel, Centre Manager at the Meadows Shopping Centre. For additional information, please visit www.led-linear.com
  11. SORAA BRINGS HISTORY TO LIFE AT DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS Soraa, the world leader in GaN on GaN™ LED technology, announced that its full visible spectrum LED lamps were installed at the Arts of the Ancient Middle East Gallery at the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) in Detroit, Michigan. Soraa’s LED lamps now illuminate historic artifacts dated from approximately 3000 BCE and 600 CE that map the rise of writing, trade, religions, cities, and empires in the early civilizations of the Middle East. Lighting designer Marc Langlois, working with the museum’s curatorial and collections staff, conducted a detailed series of tests, calculations and small case studies on a variety of lamps and fixtures. The team opted for Soraa’s VIVID MR16 LED lamps to illuminate the ancient art and artifacts. The new LED lighting gives the space a more inviting, airy and contemporary feel that the DIA desired. The gallery’s beautiful architectural elements had been previously lost with the halogen lighting, but the new Soraa lighting improved the color rendering of the art and made the space itself an attraction for guests. For additional information, please visit www.soraa.com
  12. SORAA MODERNIZES LIGHTING AT ICONIC NICOLAS SURSOCK MUSEUM IN LEBANON Perfectly lighting a renowned modern and contemporary art museum, Soraa’s LED lamps now illuminate the Nicolas Sursock Museum in Beirut, Lebanon. Built in 1912 by aristocrat Nicolas Ibrahim Sursock, the villa was given to the city of Beirut as an art museum upon his death. The Sursock Museum first opened its doors to the public in 1961 with a mission to collect, preserve and exhibit local and international art. “Museums are living facilities that must constantly adapt to meet evolving needs. Soraa LED lamps definitely contribute to the Museum’s mission—and are better suited to meet the Museum’s needs of today and tomorrow,” said Majdi Hajjar, Lighting Designer and Illuminating Engineer with Aartill, in Baabda, Lebanon. For additional information, please visit www.soraa.com
  13. SORAA’S LED LIGHTING MAKES THE ATMOSPHERE IN LONDON’S YAUATCHA CITY RESTAURANT SIMPLY PERFECT Soraa, the world leader in GaN on GaN™ LED technology, announced that its LED lamps have been installed at the new Yauatcha City restaurant. Officially open the summer of 2015, Yauatcha City is a unique, contemporary dim sum teahouse that is lit to create both a sense of drama and intimacy for the restaurant patrons. For additional information, please visit www.soraa.com
  14. A heady synthesis of modern technology, Buddhist philosophy and visceral experience, Tatsuo Miyajima: Connect with Everything open at the MCA. Tatsuo Miyajima is one of Japan’s most renowned contemporary artists, known for his sculptures and room-scale installations incorporating light and numbers. Tatsuo Miyajima: Connect With Everything is Miyajima’s first exhibition in the Southern Hemisphere. It encompasses his sculptural works, rooms and environments, and performance videos. Time and its passage are explored through the works and represented visually by multiple, small digital counting devices. Miyajima developed his first customised digital counters in the late 1980s, using light emitting diodes or LEDs. These ‘counter gadgets’ remain central to his art today, their red and green palette expanding in the mid-1990s to include blue, then white, as LED technology developed in and beyond Japan.
  15. Tatsuo Miyajima: Connect with Everything A heady synthesis of modern technology, Buddhist philosophy and visceral experience, Tatsuo Miyajima: Connect with Everything open at the MCA. Tatsuo Miyajima is one of Japan’s most renowned contemporary artists, known for his sculptures and room-scale installations incorporating light and numbers. Tatsuo Miyajima: Connect With Everything is Miyajima’s first exhibition in the Southern Hemisphere. It encompasses his sculptural works, rooms and environments, and performance videos. Time and its passage are explored through the works and represented visually by multiple, small digital counting devices. Miyajima developed his first customised digital counters in the late 1980s, using light emitting diodes or LEDs. These ‘counter gadgets’ remain central to his art today, their red and green palette expanding in the mid-1990s to include blue, then white, as LED technology developed in and beyond Japan. More information: tatsuomiyajima
  16. intu Victoria Centre, Nottingham » Retail Lighting Design The £40 million re-model and refresh of intu Victoria Centre, Nottingham has transformed the Centre’s tired appearance, creating a vibrant and bold retail interior. Optelma worked with lighting designers Hoare Lea Lighting to design and develop large, bespoke feature pendants that would work with the scale of the central mall. Suspended in the skylight bays, these elegant two-metre-high moulded ‘Conico’ pendants are key elements, which visually separate the retail spaces from the food and beverage courts, while softening the overall impression. The custom-built pendants feature RGBW LEDs which enable a dynamic, yet subtle, uniform colour-change to take place throughout the day. This mirrors the colour-change within the walkways, thereby ensuring a co-ordinated visual appearance. Each Conico pendant has a 3000lm Xicato downlight built into the base, providing general illumination beneath as well as a platform for the emergency lighting. Martin Breeden Development Director of intu commented: ‘The refurbishment of intu Victoria Centre has enhanced the centre’s look and feel throughout, and the lighting design has really complemented this, helping us to achieve a modern and welcoming environment.' Refresh of intu Victoria Centre in Nottingham included a full upgrade, with the aim of transforming the Centre’s tired appearance and creating a fresh, exciting interior, while introducing a lit personality to the façade. In addition, the project delivered a prominent new southern entrance and a two-level catering cluster centred on the Grade II listed clock tower. Hoare Lea Lighting was appointed by intu to design a new lighting scheme for intu Victoria Centre. To give the interior a fresh dynamism, many of the finishes were taken back to the primary structure before new layers were applied. The remodelling has allowed the daylight function to be enhanced and for the integration of energy-efficient artificial lighting. This has enabled the creation of a softly lit environment, in which strong visual architecture is supported by lighting. Linear forms characterise the architectural enhancements and this language is echoed in the lighting design. Indirect linear lighting to the soffit provides ambient light (from ACDC’s Orelle) in a fresh 4000K white light. This contrasts with the warmer, more relaxing treatment of 3000K within the food and beverage courts. Here, linear ‘tramlines’ of light, from KKDC’s Lini Glow XL, run across the ceiling, their architectural forms spilling into the main malls, adding an exuberant feel and giving a playful visual lead from one space to the next. Hidden sources and integrated lighting combine with white light and RGB colour-change for a clean, dynamic feel. On the walkways, soft washes from hidden lines-of-light are punctuated by pools of light created by spotlights and downlights from Lumenpulse/ AlphaLED and iGuzzini. Peripheral coves running parallel with the walkways are washed with a hidden RGBW linear product (Traxon’s 1PXL Cove Light), which allows for a subtle, slow, uniform colour-change throughout the day. This colour change is mirrored by RGBW feature pendants in the central mall, thereby ensuring a co-ordinated visual appearance. Suspended in the skylight bays, the ‘Conico’ pendants, custom-built by Optelma, are key visual features which work to visually separate the main retail mall spaces from the food and beverage courts, while softening the overall impression of the malls. Commenting on the design, Chris Fox, Senior Lighting Designer, Hoare Lea said: ‘The approach we took was that of ‘lighting through layers’ – combining direct and indirect sources to build a visual scene with various options. Control allows dimming of groups of luminaires to create scenes and for the switching between pre-programed scenes throughout the day. ‘ The exterior of the Centre has been transformed, with the dated 1970s brutalist concrete facade now clad in a clean, contemporary finish. As night falls, the back-lit cladding comes alive with light and colour. White light follows the building’s form, washing each panel in a neutral 4000K, supplied by Osram’s LINEARLight Power Flex. The cladding surrounding the main entrance has a linear wash. DMX feeds give control over each panel and, using a bespoke RGB lensed product from NJO Technology, turn the entrance into an eye-catching media façade. The Clock Tower, an icon on the Nottingham cityscape, has been given a traditional uplight treatment, which complements the architecture, while contrasting with the new backlit entrance cladding and glazed entrance. Ground-recessed uplights, from Bega, illuminate the red brickwork in 3000K, while spotlights (ACDC’s Plaza) pick out the higher levels and the clock face. Martin Breeden Development Director of intu commented: ‘The £40m refurbishment of intu Victoria Centre has enhanced the centre’s look and feel throughout, and the lighting design has really complemented this, helping us to achieve a modern and welcoming environment.’ Source: optelma, retaildesignblog, hoarelealighting
  17. Testing of OLED Luminaires The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has released CALiPER Report 24: Photometric Testing, Laboratory Teardowns, and Accelerated Lifetime Testing of OLED Luminaires, which is the first CALiPER report evaluating the performance of OLED luminaires based on independent procurement and testing. Among the findings: Overall, efficacy of the OLED luminaires was low compared to contemporary LED luminaires, ranging from 23 lm/W up to 45 lm/W. OLED panels range between 42 and 55 lm/W according to panel manufacturer data, and much of the efficacy reduction in the luminaire performance is due to very inefficient transformer and driver selections and combinations. The wider availability of dedicated OLED drivers should improve efficacies in the near future. Light distribution was consistent among the tested products – a soft, diffuse, roughly Lambertian emission, moderated only by the physical configuration of the luminaire hardware. This is expected to produce very soft shadows from objects in the path of the light, and patterns of light on surfaces with very soft gradients at the edges of the “beam.” The drivers for all four CALiPER luminaire types were different, with some luminaires using a single driver and others using a combination of electronic components for voltage transformation, conversion from AC to DC, and voltage/current control. The OLED luminaires performed very closely to the manufacturers’ published technical data, where available. OLED panels, drivers, and transformers are still in a steep curve of development. Goals are higher efficacy; longer life, before panel replacement on the jobsite is needed; better lumen maintenance over time; even better color quality and wider CCT options; higher-efficiency drivers; and robustness under high temperature, high humidity, and rough handling from shipping and installation. Improvements in these areas could make OLED luminaires more accepted in the architectural marketplace, and adopted as a trusted lighting solution. For a closer look at the findings, download the full report Testing of OLED Luminaires (3.68 MB).pdf Rubik from Mark Architectural Lighting Source: http://energy.gov, acuitybrands
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