Lighting Designers

Solar-Powered Streetlight Can Issue Flood Warnings, Kill Mosquitos, and Charge Cell Phones
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Solar-Powered Streetlight Can Issue Flood Warnings, Kill Mosquitos, and Charge Cell Phones

Powered by wind and solar power, these fixtures represent the future of urban... More

SAlt: The Lamp Powered by Salt Water
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SAlt: The Lamp Powered by Salt Water

Fast Company contributor Charlie Sorrel takes a look at an innovative new lamp... More

Stylish LED Lamps Take Sustainable Design to the Next Level
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Stylish LED Lamps Take Sustainable Design to the Next Level

With a focus on research and development of LED lamps, Italian lighting design... More

An Eco-Friendly Flashlight
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An Eco-Friendly Flashlight

Areaware's wooden Torch Flashlight is a great gift for eco-warriors in a power-cut. More

A Zero-Electricity Lamp Powered by Octopus Bacteria
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A Zero-Electricity Lamp Powered by Octopus Bacteria

A Dutch designer has produced a prototype comprising a tube of artificial seawater... More

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Corona, Sonneman—A Way of Light

LED illumination comes full circle with this pendant luminaire. More

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Rubik Code, Part Two

In the second piece of a two-part series from ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING magazine, Glenn Heinmiller discusses what LEED and the new green building codes have in store for lighting. More

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Rubik Code, Part One

Glenn Heinmiller and ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING magazine decipher what today's energy codes mean for lighting practices. More

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ASHRAE Releases Standard 189.1

Standard 189.1 aims to provide a strong foundation for high-performance green buildings More

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Is incandescent lighting on its way out?

With so many recent proclamations to "Ban the Bulb," politicians and manufacturers seem to have made a cut and dry case against incandescent sources. But is there a legitimate complaint? Are compact fluorescent lamps the solution, as this "Ban" would advocate? Or is it a far more complex issue with numerous factors that go well beyond the simple incandescent lamp itself, which has served us for the last 125-plus years? Jeff Miller, President-elect of the International Association of Lighting Designers, starts the conversation this month. More

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