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14 MAY DESIGN SERIES


From 19th to 21st May 2013, ExCel London will open its doors for the May Design Series which brings together The ARC Show, kbb LDN, INTERIORS LDN and DX.


22 STAGE LIGHTING


With the Musikmesse taking place at the time of writing, it felt like the perfect opportunity to put together a feature on stage lighting. We find out about some breath-taking projects from recent months.


28 Q&A VERBATIM


We chat to Jeanine Chrobak-Kando, EUMEA Business Development Manager at Verbatim.


32 OFFICE LIGHTING


With most office based professionals spending an average of eight hours a day at their desk, lighting the working environment can be a huge challenge.


34 FIBRE OPTICS


Fibre Optics using LEDs can be the ideal choice for projects which require special effects including sparkling or directed light, multiple light points and shifting colours.


36 Q&A RIEGENS


A1 Lighting chats to Claus Jarlgaard Jensen, Chief Executive Officer of Riegens Lighting Ltd about facing challenges and what the future holds.


40 EYES ON…. APPLELEC


We talk to Managing Director Ian Drinkwater and Business Development Manager Carole Waite about fifteen years in the lighting industry.


46 PROJECTS


We have some very exciting projects this month from a concert to a University and even an article about the recent Channel 4 project showing fascinating imagery of a range of hatching eggs!


78 HOTEL REVIEW


Our very own Laura Flight stays at Eveleigh House in Beccles. Both Laura and her partner have a special place in their heart for this area of the


country, so it made the perfect getaway for a relaxing weekend together.


82 OPINION


Rob Bowey, Managing Director at Universal Fibre Optics Ltd gives us his view on the collaboration of Fibre Optic Lighting and LEDs.


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