• The use of programmable lighting systems with Alexander Stileman

    Alexander Stileman of Stileman Lighting Designs looks at two projects – a gym and skin treatment clinic that has programmable lighting systems

  • Lighting as a Service

    As lighting becomes more complex, one answer may be to make its supply and maintenance the supplier’s problem, not the specifier’s, says Francis Pearce

  • Let in the light

    Protecting their art treasures from harmful daylight has always been a major concern for galleries and museums, which often resorted to simply blocking it out. Thankfully, the approach is a lot more subtle these days.

  • Flawless finish

    It started with resolving a beauty problem at Selfridges and ended with a whole new light module. Claire Hamill and Anna Sandgren of Nulty+ review the research project that gave a new complexion to retail lighting.

  • Retail lighting trends: Counter intelligence

    What developments and furniture trends are in retail lighting? DPA lighting partner Gary Campbell has answers.

  • London Lumiere

    The capital has been seen in a new light, thanks to a host of talented lights artists and the creative guidance of Artichoke which brought its Lumiere light festival to London.

  • Super sun day

    Two daylight projects, both involving Arup, are unique – one designed to let the sunshine in and one that goes back to cultural roots to screen it out.

  • Microalgae: Really go green

    Jill Entwistle examines ways to literally go green, with the production of free energy with green algae.

  • Light Focus: Light as therapy

    Explore the therapeutic advantages of daylight treatment systems. Commencing in Munich in 2013, we look to the future and see how the use of light could aid diagnostic and treatment practices.