Posts Tagged: retail lighting

piri

I’ve already talked about the convergence of lighting, audio and video content systems in modern architectural projects.  Here is a new example, at the discrete scale of small retail. Piri is a new line from Sweden-based Nordic Light that combines

piri

I’ve already talked about the convergence of lighting, audio and video content systems in modern architectural projects.  Here is a new example, at the discrete scale of small retail. Piri is a new line from Sweden-based Nordic Light that combines

versace store berlin

Last week I had a few free hours to explore Berlin and Versace’s new store in the Kurfürstendamm high-street area really caught my eye.  They make use of decorative surface-mount track lighting that becomes a very brand-appropriate addition to the architecture, while

versace store berlin

Last week I had a few free hours to explore Berlin and Versace’s new store in the Kurfürstendamm high-street area really caught my eye.  They make use of decorative surface-mount track lighting that becomes a very brand-appropriate addition to the architecture, while

layers of eye candy

Check out my posting “Layers of Eye Candy” on Philips Lighting’s Future of Light blog where I explore using layers of embedded lighting in retail applications.

layers of eye candy

Check out my posting “Layers of Eye Candy” on Philips Lighting’s Future of Light blog where I explore using layers of embedded lighting in retail applications.

perch

PERCH is a New York-based startup led by MIT-alum Jared Schiffman which is developing interactive retail displays that combine a variety of sensing technologies, digital displays, projections, physical product and digital content into a sleek consumer experience. Clearly reminiscent of the

perch

PERCH is a New York-based startup led by MIT-alum Jared Schiffman which is developing interactive retail displays that combine a variety of sensing technologies, digital displays, projections, physical product and digital content into a sleek consumer experience. Clearly reminiscent of the

half of lighting suppliers don’t understand their products

Via my UK-based Linked-In colleagues: A great article/recap in Lux Magazine of a presentation by Sainsbury’s Mark Hawker, Head of Engineering.  Sainsbury is a large grocery retailer in the UK; the article briefly mentions that they’ve opened a 100% LED

half of lighting suppliers don’t understand their products

Via my UK-based Linked-In colleagues: A great article/recap in Lux Magazine of a presentation by Sainsbury’s Mark Hawker, Head of Engineering.  Sainsbury is a large grocery retailer in the UK; the article briefly mentions that they’ve opened a 100% LED

aston martin’s OLED room

No wonder James Bond likes Aston Martin cars:  It must be the lighting when you pick up the car.  Wired has a great post about how Aston Martin builds their $1.7m One-77 supercar in a laboratory-clean facility.  But the part I

aston martin’s OLED room

No wonder James Bond likes Aston Martin cars:  It must be the lighting when you pick up the car.  Wired has a great post about how Aston Martin builds their $1.7m One-77 supercar in a laboratory-clean facility.  But the part I

Association for Retail Environments: Awards Archive

If you ever need a great source of lighting reference images, check out the Awards section of the Association for Retail Environments site. The Awards section is stocked full of many years of award-winning projects, neatly organized and loaded with

Association for Retail Environments: Awards Archive

If you ever need a great source of lighting reference images, check out the Awards section of the Association for Retail Environments site. The Awards section is stocked full of many years of award-winning projects, neatly organized and loaded with