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Southwark emerges as Street Design Award Winner


The Institution of Light Professionals (ILP) has announced that Southwark Council is the 2010 winner of the Public Lighting category of the Local Government News Street Design Awards, supported by the ILP and judged by an independent panel of experts from the Institution. Southwark’s award was given for the superb lighting of the Bermondsey Street Tunnel and the adjacent tree lighting in Tooley Street. It was part of the Council’s long-term plan to improve the functional lighting of the numerous railway bridges and tunnels within the borough – and to turn them into local landmark features.


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New Anolis team member


Anolis continues it's 2010 expansion plans, announcing the appointment of industry specialist Alfred Vallaster as international business development manager. Vallaster will work on major project development, strengthening and setting up further distribution channels and support networks in regions where Anolis has ongoing and future business. He has over 25 years of industry experience, including time working high profile players like Zumtobel, WILA and TIR Systems.


River of Light


In August, Creatmosphere produced The River of Light, a public art commission on the Bow River in Calgary, Canada. The project focuses on the water cycle to bring awareness to the natural sources that form the Bow River. It concentrated on the river infrastructure and topography, creating an opportunity for local residents and visitors to engage, reflect and ultimately act on the preservation issues that affect the river and the watershed.


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A helping hand from LAPD


LAPD has helped Kmart to create a new shopping environment for its customers, as part of the company’s Expert Change program. LAPD recommended that Kmart move away from the escalating high levels of uniform illumination that were previously employed. The aim of the design was to create layers of light and pockets of interest, with the introduction of accent lighting in key merchandise areas. Careful consideration was made to the light level, which was reduced from over 1100lux closer to 800lux. This provided a more intimate feel in store and allowed the accent lighting to define features without having to use high wattage sources to cut through the ambience. Colour temperature was also key, and played a significant role in defining the space.


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