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Contents January 2012


14 Retail Lighting


We delve into the world of retail, and see how retailers are looking to lighting as a way to reduce carbon emissions, and improve their green credentials.


20 Pubs Clubs & Bars


Some of the most exciting installations are used to create an atmosphere in the clubbing scene. We take a look at some of the best new developments.


22 Airport Lighting


Steve Thomas-Emberson talks us through the importance of appropriate lighting design in the airport environment.


26 Light at MEE


Middle East Electricity is one of the largest energy exhibitions in Dubai, and we take a look at who will be there for the lighting sector of the event.


28 Lux Live Review


One of the most highly anticipated new UK shows, Lux Live proved to be a very exciting new venture for the lighting industry. But don’t take our word for it...we’ve compiled reviews from some of the biggest names at the event.


33 Interiors UK Supplement


Interiors UK is one of the most beautiful and creative shows around. We’ve compiled a whole supplement of information on the show, which will take place later this month.


52 Projects


Each month we take a look at new installations from around the world. This month’s projects include a trip up in the air with Sill and a night at the docks with Entec.


82 Viewpoint


Peter Le Manquais talks us through the importance of dynamic lighting in office environments as a way to energise employees.


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