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Historical Greenhouse Glows With Chauvet® Professional


The Jewel Box in Forest Park, Missouri, was transformed into a giant glowing gem for a special surprise party with the help of 58 CHAUVET® Professional fixtures. Listed on the National Historic Register, the art deco-style building has a glass structure and is a popular choice for various events. “With all the glass, steel and plants that make up this greenhouse, we simply wanted to let the building glow like a jewel,” said Stace Napper, Lighting Designer for Ironman Sound Industries, a full-service production company that provided the fixtures. “It was all about highlighting what was already there and making the structure stand out”.


Photo credit: Suzy Gorman SGM Takes on Germany


SGM Lighting has announced the formation of SGM Germany. Leading operations for the Danish lighting company will be the experienced Michael Herweg and Thorsten Sattler, who were previously Managing Director and Sales Manager respectively of SGM’s German distribution company, dB Technologies Germany.


The formation of SGM Germany is a joint venture between the two partners and the parent company. SGM CEO Peter Johansen described the move as an intelligent next step; “We have already enjoyed a good deal of success in Germany, and having the experience of Michael and Thorsten on board will leverage sales of our wide portfolio of unique LED solutions into even wider market applications”. Michael Herweg agreed; “This development will speed up the already impressive market growth by combining experience with financial muscle”.


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Napper used 32 COLORado™ 1 Tour fixtures within the planting beds of the greenhouse to discreetly uplight various plants, and 12 low-profile COLORado™ Batten 72 Tour lights in the dining area, for perimeter plant uplighting. “The building has a system of six catwalks along the stair- stepping roofline,” Napper said. “On each end of the lower four, we placed one Legend™ 412 fixture and aimed them down the catwalks for a ‘truss warming’ effect. The light weight of the fixtures allowed us to rope them up to each position with ease, and their great output meant we only needed one on each end to give the amount of light desired”. More Legend™ 412 fixtures were used to light the dance floor.


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1. Harvard Engineering is pleased to announce it has appointed Rasib Khan as Engineering Director. Mr. Khan, who joined the company in 2010 as Engineering Manager, will also become a member of the board.


2. International lighting manufacturer WILA has appointed Stewart Langdown to the newly created post of Sales and Marketing Director. Stewart will report to WILA’s UK Managing Director, Neil Condliffe.


3. Xicato has announced that Joanna Brace has joined its executive team as Vice President of Marketing. Reporting to Xicato Co-founder and CEO Menko de Roos, Brace will drive the company’s brand and marketing strategy.


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4. Krish Govinden is the Lighting Industry Association Laboratories’ newly appointed Technical Manager.


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