AL received more than 450 lighting-related products for consideration for our annual product issue, which we narrowed down to 150.
The winners of the top honor in the prestigious annual product competition include designs from manufacturers Ribag, Erco, and Samsung Electronics as well as a Brazilian architecture firm.
Paul Nulty, Joe Vose, and Derek Goldsmith find new uses for the iconic luminaires.
New luminaires from Acolyte, Blackjack Lighting, and Electrix.
Products from Cree, Juno Lighting, Lumenpulse, and Tegan Lighting
From heavy duty to purely decorative, these luminaires represent the latest innovations in outdoor lighting for versatile and safe spaces that mind the environment.
New products from Pablo, Luxo, WAC Lighting, and Koncept are among the latest in desktop lighting.
Products from Forms+Surfaces, Hubbell Lighting, Acuity Brands/Holophane, Selux, and ConTech Lighting represent the latest in exterior illumination.
From its total of 800-plus overall entries, the international awards program recognized 32 fixtures for design and performance.
This year’s consumer technology trade fair showcased new players in the lighting market who are focusing on the end-user.
Higher efficacies and innovative form factors defined the past year’s new product introductions.
Behind these subtle switch plates are systems that offer smooth dimming no matter the lamp type.
New introductions from Acuity Brands/Lithonia Lighting, Ilex Architectural Lighting, Wila Lighting, and Meteor LED are just a few of the latest products to cross our desks.
AL received more than 300 lighting-related products for consideration for our annual product issue, which we narrowed down to just over 150.
Light is complemented by a strong tradition of Venetian glass-blowing technique in these lights by Carlo Moretti.
A snapshot of some of Foscarini’s latest luminaires on display at the fair.
Mario Nanni reimagines the light bulb.
A preview of some of the new designs on display from Italian lighting company Luceplan.
The entry deadlines for the 2015 AL Light & Architecture Design Awards are: May 11 – regular entry; June 1 - late entry.
Joel Spira, the founder of Lutron Electronics, and a pioneer in lighting controls, has died at age 88.
Despite the program having completed its beta-testing stage, many lighting designers are still unaware of the initiative’s developments.
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