Brand new architect-designed kiosks on display throughout the summer in the Lower Gardens, Bournemouth. This little video was shot during programming - it was very late - that's why its closed . . . and the explosions had nothing to do with me (no matter what they say).
some of us are out there enjoying ourselves.
And the founder (and only) members of Kabin Fever are reminding themselves why their production company goes by the name of Badgers Arse Productions.
That'll be DREW (of Moonstruck Films) and ME (of Here)
Something to look forward to in the coming months, LUX magazine has commissioned me to write a series of articles investigating the background to the LED light fitting; what goes into it, where it comes from and how do we get rid of it.
First piece is due in the October issue.
And October just happens to be just ONE MONTH before the wonderful LuxLive appears yet again at Earls Court. Details HERE
We moved home at the end of February and immediately got stuck into a relighting exercise - mainly because we couldn't see what we were cooking or eating and it was all a bit of a mess.
The adventure was picked up by LIGHTING magazine and I'm grateful to the editorial staff at the magazine and to all the manufacturers who helped make it such a successful project..
See the fourth (and final until the next one) video HERE!
Of course, no video series would be complete without someone recording the embarrassing bits . . . . . . . . . . . .
As ever - all gratitude to Drew and Holly at Moonstruck Films for their skill and patience.
Yes, its a dramatic image, but I don't hold with it. The technologists and general boffinry at Apple should have had a word with the marketing department about this one.
Read my general whinge HERE
After doing a lot of talking about it, we finally got to the bit where new lighting was installed and looking mighty fine.
A (very) basic guide to ethical specification
Lighting design: it's a client thing
Calculating obtrusive light: whose job is it?
When there's nothing in the catalogue
When is a chandelier not a pendant? When its a lantern!
When clients learn too much . . .
One of our details is missing
Where will light fittings come from?
The end of the light bulb?
Always something new . . . again
Always something new . . .
Combining old and new
On being in the dark . . .
Riffing The Internet of Things
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HOME LIGHTING CONSULTANT
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BLOGS - CPD RIBA CORE PROGRAMME 2015
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BLOGS - SUSTAINABILITY
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BLOGS - LIGHTING HEALTH AND WELLBEING
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CONDUIT (6) - Lighting for Winter Gardens
CONDUIT 5: Home Lighting - LED Lighting (2)
FX Magazine: Lighting Focus - Sustainability (Issue 258)
CONDUIT 4: Home Lighting - LED Lighting (1)
Can Smart Lighting Save The Planet?
CONDUIT 3: Home Lighting - The Bathroom
Can Lighting Save Us From Ourselves . . . NO!
CONDUIT 2: Home Lighting - The Dining Room