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LEDs


Lumenal provided bespoke LED lighting displays to enhance the visual experience at Bristol Aquarium.


So what do the designers think about LEDs? The good, the bad, the ugly…


‘Dangerous in the wrong hands.’


Craig Perkins, senior lighting designer, Hoare Lea


‘LEDs are in a state of rapid development and are quickly replacing old technologies, but beware, they are not the panacea (yet) that some are promising.’ Mark Ridler, lighting director, BDP


‘LEDs are helping me light the exterior facades of a tall building at the moment. I wouldn’t have even thought about putting traditional fittings where I’m putting these LEDs!’ Peter Veale, Firefly Lighting Design


Contact ‘The fantasy


performance of LEDs for general lighting has gradually turned into a useful reality and now the cost will start to go through the same process.’ David Morgan, luminaire designer


Aurora 0870 444 1106 www.aurora.eu.com GE Lighting 0800 169 8290 www.gelighting.com


Harvard Engineering 0113 383 1000 www.harvardeng.com Lumenal 0845 277 6000 www.lumenal.co.uk Mindseye 020 7923 0508 www.mindseye3d.com The Light Corporation 01442 216 200 www.lightcorporation.com


‘As Forest Gump once almost said: LEDs are like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get.’ Admir Jukanovic, associate of Mindseye Lighting


‘LEDs


‘After years of waiting, LEDs are


finally starting to deliver on their promises.’ Neil Knowles, lighting design consultant, Elektra Lighting Design


16 ‘LEDs can be


good, bad or ugly - it just depends how you use them.’


Will Earl, lighting designer for Mindseye


www.a1lightingmagazine.com


are without doubt the future of lamps sources for the lighting industry, however the hype and mis-information surrounding them is way ahead of where LEDs truly are in terms of useful sources… Come on you manufacturers, lets close the gap!’ Paul Nulty, design director, Light Bureau


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