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 Welcome to My World . . .  A date for your diary!  On 1st November this year I shall have worked as an independent lighting designer for 30 YEARS! The address for congratulatory gifts and summonses is in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. jb-ld is a personal service, rather than a studio-based operation. You'll find my fingerprints - and only mine - on the designs that are produced here jb-ld is my pride and joy, and I trust that my design work manages to bring...

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A lighting adventure in Sherborne: This series of video diaries describes what happened when we moved our home and workplace to a converted coach-house on the edge of the beautiful town of Sherborne in Dorset.   This photo of Sherborne is courtesy of TripAdvisor   Videos will be added from end-April 2013 at the rate of one per month, to coincide with publication of LIGHTING magazine, where the re-lighting project is to be featured. If you want to get advance information of...

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My previous post about lighting for kitchens was deliberately short and to the point - kitchens are workshops and should be treated as such. But let's develop that theme a bit further, as a few commentators have expressed the opinion that there is a difference between a kitchen and a bicycle repair shop. Well - up to a point, I say. For the most part, we light our homes from a decorative standpoint and hope that some practical use comes out of it once the dust has settled and the first button n...

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I was sitting in Dorchester’s most popular coffee-house-to-be-seen-in, talking with a local glass artist about all things glass and lighting, when I heard these words come from my mouth: ‘Of course, it’s all about the vital role that the fourth dimension plays in lighting design.’ What? Where did that come from? That’s not my style, even if I have just had two cups of coffee. Presuming that an alien art force had taken charge of my speech centres, I made my way home, careful not to speak to any...

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This is about low energy light sources – again. Now pay attention, because this may get a bit complicated; not a lot – but maybe just enough. The first thing: many of my peers have talked about the way that energy directives like Part L of the Building Regulations are misguided and ignore new control technologies. The argument goes that it’s not the wattage of a light bulb that matters – it’s the number of hours that you use it. Good control does away with ‘wasted energy’. And in a single bound...

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 Welcome to My World . . .  A date for your diary!  On 1st November this year I shall have worked as an independent lighting designer for 30 YEARS! The address for congratulatory gifts and summonses is in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. jb-ld is a personal service, rather than a studio-based operation. You'll find my fingerprints - and only mine - on the designs that are produced here jb-ld is my pride and joy, and I trust that my design work manages to bring...

The coach house video 1

A lighting adventure in Sherborne: This series of video diaries describes what happened when we moved our home and workplace to a converted coach-house on the edge of the beautiful town of Sherborne in Dorset.   This photo of Sherborne is courtesy of TripAdvisor   Videos will be added from end-April 2013 at the rate of one per month, to coincide with publication of LIGHTING magazine, where the re-lighting project is to be featured. If you want to get advance information of...

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