Tag Archives: light

Penny-wise… Pound-foolish

In this line of practice, many tend to forget the skills & professional input a Lighting Professional has to offer, in value adding towards any built environment, in particular new property developments. The uninformed & uneducated clients have tendency to … Continue reading

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How much is true?

Having been in the industry for long, there has been much talk about dimming functions for lighting that can help to save energy & go easy on your wallets. It’s amazing how many people take that piece of news wholesale. … Continue reading

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When you need sunblock..?

Leading up from late last week to this week was a fair bit of fire fighting on my end. No, there wasn’t any combustion to deal with, but more so having to deal with the fickle-mindedness of clueless designers who … Continue reading

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Bugs’ Life

Peculiar as it seems that insects & critters have preference to nest within light fittings, often times adding to the chores despite our already arduous daily lives. Is it true that insects are naturally attracted to light? Yes & no. … Continue reading

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Reflection… Refraction

Factually speaking, man made light is fundamentally minute compared to sunlight. Regardless in the day or in the night, light is fundamentally necessary in almost any given scenarios of mankind’s livelihood. Instead of dwelling on the never ending chase for … Continue reading

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LED there be light…

It wasn’t too long ago when the world was craving for cheaper, faster to fabricate, better energy efficacy for light source. There was also increasing pining & hope for versatility in color controls, affordable effects & pyrotechnics. Not to mention, … Continue reading

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Its a little bit ironic

In ages past, there was kerosene lamp & candles that lit the darker moments, then came Edison’s discovery of a tungsten filament bulb (incandescent bulb). For centuries, mankind has employed incandescent lamps in more ways than ever imagined, but along … Continue reading

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