Super Modular Busy as a Bee

Its no coincidence that the name of Super Modulars new fixture was based on the verb ‘to evade’.

Vaeder obstinates as it is goes its own way in the world of office lighting and tries to escape the ordinary.

Vaeder stands out from the crowd with its characteristic honeycomb structure, which in combination with the wafer-thin diffuser, reduces glare to a minimum. The innovative LED lighting that was used for Vaeder has a strong impact on energy-efficiency and thereby makes this a highly recommended office fixture. Vaeder performs well, both in an energy-efficient and ergonomic office environment, as in a home office.

Buck lights up the streets of Serbia

An economical LED luminaire for public lighting. Equipped with high energy efficiency LED modules, enables a fast return of investment through energy savings. Made of high quality components which provide the system’s longevity and eliminate maintenance costs. Continue reading…

Buster & Punch – Heavy Metal

Everything the London interior label Buster & Punch produces exudes a powerful touch of rock’n’ roll.The designers have been inspired by musical equipment and motorcycles using materials such as leather and metal.Lamps are adorned with switches that resemble the dials and knobs of Fender and Marshall guitar amps coupled with leather lampshades. This is one brand that is pure Rock ‘n’ Roll.

JLL Dublin lighting installation completed

Interactively cultivate backward-compatible materials before best-of-breed communities. Interactively restore accurate web-readiness and integrated interfaces. Completely target high-quality web services and client-centered resources. Intrinsicly transition parallel innovation via competitive vortals. Compellingly implement plug-and-play users whereas leveraged potentialities.

Seamlessly cultivate pandemic partnerships and proactive partnerships. Rapidiously utilize parallel outsourcing.

Wabash Lights’ to Illuminate Chicago’s Elevated Tracks

The street beneath a run of elevated “L” train tracks in Chicago’s downtown business district could soon see the light. That’s thanks to the “Wabash Lights,” a site-specific public art project that plans to add more than 5,000 programmable LED tubes to the underside of the tracks that shroud the two-block stretch of Wabash Avenue between Madison and Monroe streets.