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The Institution of LightingEngineerswill rebrand this month and nowbe known as the Industry of Lighting Professionals. The announcementwill take place later thismonth at the ILE’s annual conference in Warwickshire.Acomplete restructuring of the Institution’s systemof governancewill also take place, tomake itmore responsive, inclusive and democratic. The ILPwill have five new vice-Presidents, each responsible for one of the major areas of the Institution’s activity -membership, education, technical,marketing and events and the regions


* LIF has organised a course to help understand the implications of the Building Regulations Part L 2010 that come into effect next month. The latest edition and the accompanying Approved Documents will contain significant changes as far as lighting is concerned. All four Approved Documents that cover domestic and non-domestic buildings will be examined. The course will be held at The Premier Inn at South Mimms in Hertfordshire on 16 September. If you would like to attend please contact John Hugill at LIF on 020 7793 3020.


* The deadline for entries for the EMILAS (LIF energy efficiency award Scheme for refurbishment projects) has been extended to 30 September. A further Award for ‘Excellence in Recycling’ has been added, sponsored by Recolight and Lumicom. The awards are open to all those involved in the lighting industry and associated supply chain, including manufacturers, lighting designers, architects and installation contractors. The Society of Light and Lighting (SLL) is supporting the LIF awards. Entry forms can be found on the LIF homepage: www.lif.co.uk


Artistic Touch


Mike Stoane Lighting and Xicato have worked together on the North West regional office of The Arts Council of England. The design, including the lighting, was carried out by Witherford Watson Mann Architects (WWM) and they have created a space that is stimulating for the creative people that use it, with a focus on quality and detail. Amongst the luminaires used was a custom up/ downlighter from Mike Stoane Lighting. This was a 100mm solid aluminium cube, anodised bronze, incorporating one or two Xicato Spot Modules. The simple but solid form of the luminaire integrates seam- lessly into the interior while the consistent colour point and excellent colour rendering of the Xicato Spot Modules made them an ideal choice for the main conference facility with its splendid red carpet and wooden cladding.


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