ArchLIGHT Summit, an architectural lighting expo and educational platform for commercial, specification and design communities, returns to the Dallas Market Center September 15-16, 2022.
Make Your Building Work for You: How Amerlux Integrates Light, HVAC and Security with One Simple Room Controller
Dim the light. Hit the blonds. Increase efficiency. Warm and cool a space, a floor, even a building—automatically, without ever asking.
Designplan Lighting, Inc. Showcases Unique Products From One of Its Most Recent European Partnerships
Designplan Lighting, Inc. of New Jersey will be showcasing unique products from one of its most recent European partnerships, [LND] (Landa) Lighting, at LEDucation 2022 (March 15 & 16 – Booths GB320 & GB322) in New York City.
Targetti’s DART MEDIUM RGBW exterior small footprint fully adjustable RGBW LED floodlight projector can illuminate any exterior space while providing a dynamic color changing solution. Available in 4 optical distributions, 6 finishes, and numerous mounting possibilities,
Beginning any new job or career can bring on a unique set of challenges, especially in an unfamiliar industry. Learning the correct terminology, making the right connections, and finding a way to forge one’s own path for career growth are all par for the course in those first few months, and possibly even years in a new trade.
Plants need light for photosynthesis. The light is absorbed by chlorophyll in the leaves and converted into chemical energy. Plants especially use the orange and red range of the spectrum as well as blue light.
Q-Tran revolutionizes its product portfolio with BOOM – a suspended fixture with a unique profile, impressive performance, and endless design options.
The first and only 4” linear downlight to install just like a cross tee in a suspended ceiling. The GEMINI revolutionizes the installation process to achieve linear lighting on-center with the grid by replacing the actual cross tees.
The Domus Aurea, or Golden House, has been called the most extravagant construction in the history of Rome. Built by the Emperor Nero in 64AD, the ancient structures were buried as an attempt to obliterate his rule by his successors.