Task Lighting Gone Extreme
Oct27

Task Lighting Gone Extreme

Do you ever feel like you cannot get enough task lighting? Well here is your answer! Dear Ingo, designed by Ron Gilad in 2003 for a unique project in Amsterdam.     This talented artist has been described as: Ron Gilads hybrid objects combine material with aesthetic play; they sit on the fat delicious line between the abstract and the functional. The Dear Ingo is now officially part of the permanent collection of the Art...

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This week!! Light Show West in Los Angeles Oct 26th & 27th
Oct26

This week!! Light Show West in Los Angeles Oct 26th & 27th

Right now is a very exciting time for lighting, and the trade show Light Show West in Los Angeles this week will bring some insight to those looking to find out why! Light Show West will be at the Los Angeles Convention Center on October 26th and 27th, 2011.  Sponsored by Southern California’s leading lighting agencies Light Show West  is the only trade show specifically created for west coast  specifiers of lighting products....

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Coffee Filters + Rice Lamps= Beauty
Oct26

Coffee Filters + Rice Lamps= Beauty

          Courtesy of:  3R’s Coffee Filter Light http://the3rsblog.wordpress.com/2010/10/12/project-1-week-1-ruffled-coffee-filter-pendant-lamp/...

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Introducing “The Straw Chandelier”
Oct19

Introducing “The Straw Chandelier”

The Straw Chandelier   Courtesy of:http://the3rsblog.wordpress.com/2011/04/26/project-27-week-29-white-straw-chandelier/...

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Know your Lighting: Part 2- Lighting Terminology
Oct17

Know your Lighting: Part 2- Lighting Terminology

        Know your Lighting: Part 2- Lighting Terminology Here are some basic vocabulary terms used in the lighting industry. Accent Lighting: directional lighting used to emphasize a certain object or also used to draw attention or display item. Amperes or Amps: measure of electrical current. In incandescent lamps, the current is related to voltage and power as follows: Watts (power) = Volts x Amps (current)....

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