More stories about LEDs

  • Low-Voltage DeckLites System From TimberTech

    The low-voltage DeckLites system brightens decks with three light fixture models adding both safety and subtle illumination to backyard hangouts. The post cap fits any TimberTech RadianceRail or Ornamental Rail post caps; the accent lights, which install on posts or between balusters, provide a...

  • Product Review: LED Deck Lighting

    In hundreds of styles, easy-to-install energy-efficient lighting brightens the backyard.

  • A Gold Standard in Design

    The Chicago office of IA Interior Architects merges intonations of traditional design with state-of-the-art sustainable systems and finishes in the new headquarters for Mesirow Financial.

  • LED Bulb for Standard Fixtures From Phillips

    Philips. Designed as a replacement for a 60-watt incandescent light bulb, the 12-watt EnduraLED looks similar to the familiar incandescent A19 bulb and screws into any standard light fixture. The manufacturer says the bulb uses 80% less energy than a traditional incandescent bulb and will last 25...

  • Juno Lighting Group Trac-Master T256LED Fixtures

    Juno Lighting Group’s Trac-Master T256LED wall wash and flood fixtures produce more than 2,000 lumens per watt while consuming only about 35 watts.

  • Nora Lighting Pillars

    Pillars, a low-profile, high-output 20W LED track fixture from Nora Lighting, has a slim vertical driver housing and deeply set single LED light source.

  • Lutron Skylark Contour

    Lutron’s new dimmer product, Skylark Contour, is available in four versions. The C-L preset dimmer can be used with dimmable CFLs and LEDs and with incandescent and halogen bulbs.

  • Light Meter

    Using the right lighting calculation tools can affect a project's success or failure, so how do designers choose the right ones for the job?

  • Product Review: Daylighting & Skylights

    Light penetration deep into a home can boost comfort, livability, and energy efficiency. Here are strategies to strike the right balance.

  • Bright Future

    As the traditional incandescent bulb fades away, new energy-efficient options are quickly taking over—and may eventually change the way we light our homes.