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Xicato introduces New Artist Module


The XSM Artist Series, incorporating Xicato’s patented Corrected Cold Phosphor TechnologyTM, has expanded to include a new 1000 lumen module. The company explains that the new addition to their popular Artist Series maintains Xicato’s “light quality without compromise” performance, with colour quality that’s on par with halogen and colour point consistency within 1 x 2 MacAdam ellipses. The company believes the Artist Series is ideal for applications where quality of light is paramount, including museums, retail and residential settings. At 1000 lumens, lighting professionals now have a solution for higher ceiling heights or to create stronger accents. Projects worldwide that incorporate Xicato’s Artist include The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, The MoMa in San Francisco, “Aplace” in Stockholm, Harrods in London, the Athenaeum Hotel in London and many private residences.


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A win for Baroncelli at this years Decorex


This years Decorex saw Murano glass specialists Baroncelli winning the idfx Best Contemporary Product award for Rex. Rex is part of a family of new lights from Baroncelli, which each demonstrate how individual metallic ‘curves’ can be adapted to make striking and stylish chandeliers, pendant lights and wall lights. To showcase these designs, Baroncelli worked with interior designer Kamini Ezralow to transform their Decorex stand into a luxurious sanctuary for visitors to engage with the imaginative display of lights. Baroncelli creates spectacular chandeliers and objets d’art in Murano glass for clients across the world. Formerly known as Mediterraneo, Baroncelli works closely with international interior designers and award-winning architects to create bespoke handmade pieces, bringing its impeccable style to both private and public spaces. Their exquisite and timeless designs enhance interiors with sophistication and elegance.


Megaman launch iPhone App


Leading energy efficient lighting manufacturer, Megaman, has this month announced the release of its first iPhone App. “LuxMeter” is a free App available on the iTunes App Store. Providing a tool to measure the light level in a room, the App provides lighting tips on the use of energy-efficient LED or CFL lamps to enhance the mood, the environment and energy efficiency. Once the App has been downloaded, users can simply initiate the LuxMeter function and tap the “OK” button. Using the iPhone camera the App can assess and measure the brightness of the surrounding environment. The App then provides green lighting tips and recommendations so that the ideal lighting solution can be achieved.


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Philips Lighting earns 2011 Leader of Change Award


For its longstanding commitment to sustainability through the development of innovative lighting, including LED technologies, Philips Lighting has been selected as a 2011 Leader of Change Award winner by the Foundation for Social Change and the United Nations Office for Partnerships. The Leader of Change Award recognizes visionary companies and individuals that have demonstrated an exemplary commitment to the pursuit of sustainability, demonstrating that ‘doing good is good for business’. “Philips has long been at the forefront of innovation to boost sustainability, and today we continue to be pioneers in light,” said Zia Eftekhar, CEO, Philips Lighting North America. “We are grateful to receive this prestigious Leader of Change Award. It recognizes our commitment to providing lighting solutions that enhance the health and well-being of humans everywhere, whilst ensuring environmental and economic efficiency.”


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