Archive for the ‘Design’ Category

Cisco Offices

Down with the Boring Office! Tech Firms Get It! | 
Posted on:April 15th, 2014 by global lighting

  I’ve been thinking about the office a great deal lately as I’ve seen installation images from our European collaborators come through my inbox. Zero Lighting, Secto Design and Grupo B.lux have provided lighting for offices around Europe where workstations are almost nonexistent. Companies are designing more creative environments for employees there, and when I […]

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Zumtobel Research

Retail Therapy Gets a Bit of Analysis! | 
Posted on:April 8th, 2014 by global lighting

  I came across this article on Dezeen about a month ago and thought it was super cool to think about shoppers’ brain waves being analyzed in order to learn how they responded to different lighting scenarios created by Austrian lighting brand Zumtobel. They conducted the study in a laboratory and say it will help […]

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nomadic sled habitats by rob sweere

A Far-Out Post for April Fools Day! | 
Posted on:April 1st, 2014 by global lighting

  Okay, faithful Global Lighting blog readers, you’re going to have to trust me on this one—this is not an April Fools joke! All you need do is look at the photos to see that Dutch artist Rob Sweere’s nomadic sled habitats he’s taking for a spin around the Arctic are not a ruse! I […]

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Lobby and bar of The London EDITION

Hip Hotels: The London EDITION by Yabu Pushelberg | 
Posted on:March 27th, 2014 by global lighting

I thought it would be fun to share with you the first major London project by the talented team George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg of Yabu Pushelberg, Ian Schrager’s The London EDITION in the Marriott portfolio. The hotel has inspired this new series I’m beginning for the blog called “Hip Hotels.” The London EDITION is […]

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blogger Justin Shaulis

A Blogger’s Choice Ode to Personality! | 
Posted on:March 25th, 2014 by global lighting

  With special expertise in programming, development, fabrication and construction, Justin Shaulis’ portfolio is broad, from architectural and design services for financial firms and large-scale offices in major corporate spaces, museums and major estates, to intimate residences and opulent showrooms. His boutique firm was founded on a diverse point of view, melding his blue-collar upbringing, […]

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ADHDS2014

The Architectural Digest Home Design Show Kicks Off in NYC! | 
Posted on:March 20th, 2014 by global lighting

  The Architectural Digest Home Design Show kicks off today and I decided to take a peek at the exhibitor list in order to see who I’d most likely want to visit. I looked at the varied sections of the fair—MADE, featuring limited edition and one-of-a-kind objects and furnishings; reFresh, filled with luxury and premium […]

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LINK pendant by LZF Lamps

Walgreens.com: At the Corner of Contemporary and Traditional | 
Posted on:February 27th, 2014 by global lighting

    The ubiquitous tagline “At the Corner of Happy and Healthy” has been a cornerstone of Walgreens Pharmacy’s current marketing campaign. In fact, I can hear John Corbett (who is the voice behind the TV and radio advertising and who played Chris Stevens on the 90s TV hit Northern Exposure) saying those words as […]

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Rosewood Abu Dhabi

Merger Creates Hospitality Design Powerhouse | 
Posted on:February 25th, 2014 by global lighting

  Since 1984, BBG-BBGM has been a strong design presence in the world of hospitality design, with luxury hotel and resort projects such as The Peninsula Shanghai, the Rosewood Abu Dhabi Hotel and Residences, the St. Regis Hotel and Residences Bangkok, New York’s Smyth Hotel, Suite 5000 at the Mandarin Oriental, and the renovation of […]

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Sochi 2014 venues

The Sochi Winter Olympics Venues Play Hard and Look Great | 
Posted on:February 18th, 2014 by global lighting

  With the Sochi Winter Olympics underway, the event venues are as much in the spotlight as the athletes and the medals are. In Sochi, two groups of venues—the Mountain Cluster, nestled along a river valley between two towering peaks, and the Coastal Cluster, 50 kilometers away on the shore of the Black Sea—are hosting […]

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Thom Browne and Anfora

Lighting and Passion Are Always in Fashion During MBFW! | 
Posted on:February 13th, 2014 by global lighting

From top to bottom, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week takes New York City by the warp and weft, and the latest edition, #FW14, is coming to a close today as the final fashions strut down the catwalks draped across some of the city’s A-list models. We had a bit of fun pairing our fixtures with ensembles, […]

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Zac Posen and Jackie

Sleek, Chic and Vine-Ripened | 
Posted on:February 6th, 2014 by global lighting

It’s that time of February again: #MBFW is here and we’ve spotted this pretty little number by Zac Posen that goes oh so well with the B.lux Jackie table lamp. Both are, ahem, ripe for the picking!

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Shibuya

What’s New at Stockholm Design Week | 
Posted on:February 4th, 2014 by global lighting

  This week, design-minded folks from around the world gather to celebrate Scandinavian design in Stockholm, Sweden, from February 4th through 8th. For more than sixty years, fans of the design concept, including designers and architects, have ventured to Scandinavia’s most populous city for Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair at Stockholmsmässan, Scandinavia’s largest exhibition and […]

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WikiHouse logo

WikiHouse Gives Architecture to the People | 
Posted on:January 23rd, 2014 by global lighting

  Imagine this: You go online to choose a home plan, download the free plan and take sheets of plywood to your local CNC machine where the parts and tools for assembling your home are cut. Transport those pieces to your building site, grab a couple of friends, and put your house together in a […]

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