Posts Tagged: light + building

philips luminous patterns @ light+building 2016

A hugely successful show for Philips Lighting and our Philips Luminous Patterns launch.  We had great placement in the booth and it was busy — 20,000 people visited the Philips booth just on Tuesday! The design we had at the

philips luminous patterns @ light+building 2016

A hugely successful show for Philips Lighting and our Philips Luminous Patterns launch.  We had great placement in the booth and it was busy — 20,000 people visited the Philips booth just on Tuesday! The design we had at the

light + building 2014: building controls and visualization

The past year I spoke at several events about how smart industry standards are needed to open up second-level innovations in the lighting industry that are hard for many industry insiders to appreciate.  Specifically, communication and data standards for lighting

light + building 2014: building controls and visualization

The past year I spoke at several events about how smart industry standards are needed to open up second-level innovations in the lighting industry that are hard for many industry insiders to appreciate.  Specifically, communication and data standards for lighting

light + building 2014: 37 kilometers in 3 days

Light + Building is a beast.  Every two years, close to 200,000 people, thousands of manufacturers, journalists and customers from the lighting and building automation industries descend on Frankfurt’s sprawling Messe convention center. This is my 4th Light + Building…and

light + building 2014: 37 kilometers in 3 days

Light + Building is a beast.  Every two years, close to 200,000 people, thousands of manufacturers, journalists and customers from the lighting and building automation industries descend on Frankfurt’s sprawling Messe convention center. This is my 4th Light + Building…and

l+b: Georg Bechter Licht

Georg Bechter Licht is a small startup by an Austrian architect turned product designer.  I’m giving them the unofficial Lucept award for “Superb Tiny Booth Design“.  In a show like Light + Building, filled with massive booths and endless gorgeous

l+b: Georg Bechter Licht

Georg Bechter Licht is a small startup by an Austrian architect turned product designer.  I’m giving them the unofficial Lucept award for “Superb Tiny Booth Design“.  In a show like Light + Building, filled with massive booths and endless gorgeous

l+b: LTS

UPDATE:  Thanks to a contact from the company, I corrected my original post to clarify that these particular fixtures are by LTS, not Fagerhult, even though the two companies are related. German manufacturer LTS had some nicely detailed LED pendants, flat

l+b: LTS

UPDATE:  Thanks to a contact from the company, I corrected my original post to clarify that these particular fixtures are by LTS, not Fagerhult, even though the two companies are related. German manufacturer LTS had some nicely detailed LED pendants, flat

l+b: Modiss + Plightster

I LOVED this graphic from Barcelona-based decorative company Modiss.  It completely hooked me into their booth.  Their affiliated brand, Plightster, has some interesting and unique plaster-integrated fixtures.  Lots of trick details, some of these really help bring a futuristic feel to

l+b: Modiss + Plightster

I LOVED this graphic from Barcelona-based decorative company Modiss.  It completely hooked me into their booth.  Their affiliated brand, Plightster, has some interesting and unique plaster-integrated fixtures.  Lots of trick details, some of these really help bring a futuristic feel to

l+b: OSRAM

OSRAM had an impressive booth this year.  Maybe Siemens is really crackin’ the whip for OSRAM’s impending public offering, but their booth really had an energy and some sort of raison d’etre that seemed lacking in their booth at Light +

l+b: OSRAM

OSRAM had an impressive booth this year.  Maybe Siemens is really crackin’ the whip for OSRAM’s impending public offering, but their booth really had an energy and some sort of raison d’etre that seemed lacking in their booth at Light +