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Renegade Lights London Fashion Week


Nick Gray of UK creative lighting design practice Renegade once again designed lighting for the main British Fashion Council (BFC) Courtyard Show Space at Somerset House for London Fashion Week 2012. This is the sixth season that Gray has lit the BFC Space. His imaginative input has brought a flexible and adaptable look to accommodate a dynamic selection of shows, simultaneously giving the all-important runway light coverage for the photographic and video crews. This time around, Gray returned to a three-truss look for the Space – a centre and two side trusses – which ran down the length of the 25m catwalk. A hundred and seventy ETC Source Fours were the core fixtures of the rig, the majority fitted with 36 degree lenses, all focused carefully along the catwalk. The front array Source Fours were fitted with 5, 10, 19 and 26-degree lenses. For maximum impact, the entrance and back wall was cross-lit with 10 Svoboda’s with diffusion gel in front of them, all neatly masked from view.


LED GROUP Win “WF Senate Supplier Of The Year” 2012


WF SENATE combines two great wholesalers in WF ELECTRICAL and SENATE ELECTRICAL. In July 2011 WF and SENATE joined forces bringing better service to their customers – part of the REXEL GROUP, a global leader in the distribution of electrical supplies.


In 2010 and 2011 the LED GROUP, ROBUS, were the proud winners of the ‘Senate Supplier of the Year’ award. To win it again in 2012 under the umbrella of both WF and SENATE is a major achievement for the team. Importantly, this has been voted for by all branches and also the management teams within the business.


Messe Frankfurt Partners for First Time with


Indian Associations for Light India 2012 Global trade fair organiser Messe Frankfurt is partnering for the first time with the Electric Lamps & Components Manufacturers’ Association of India (ELCOMA) for the 2012 edition of Light India, which will be held 5 – 8 October 2012 at Pragati Madian in New Delhi, India. Light India is recognised as India’s largest lighting exhibition in terms of exhibitor and visitor numbers, and according to Mr Shyam Sujan, Secretary General of ELCOMA, the 2012 show will be “an even larger exhibitor and visitor scale, never seen before in India, supporting the local lighting industry, which is seeing an incredible technological advancement in products and services.”


Commenting on the new partnership with ELCOMA, Mr Raj Manek, Managing Director, Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt Ltd added: “Messe Frankfurt is looking forward to bringing its expertise to Light India. Currently, we organise three of the most respected lighting industry shows in the world. We have the bi-annual Light + Building held in Frankfurt, the annual Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition held in Guangzhou, and the annual Light Middle East held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.”


Philips And Ecophon Partner to Create a Solution for the Comfort of Office Employees


Philips and Ecophon, a leader in sound absorbing ceilings, have collaborated to create Soundlight Comfort, an innovative acoustic ceiling panel integrated with LED lighting from Philips. Soundlight Comfort is the result of a partnership between Philips and Ecophon to create people-focused solutions that enhance employee wellbeing in the workplace, while delivering on energy efficiency requirements and design aesthetics of green buildings.


Philips and Ecophon have worked to create free-hanging acoustic ceiling panels that incorporate state-of-the-art LED lighting, thus providing an integrated solution that absorbs sound in open-plan offices. The Soundlight Comfort ceiling panel not only provides office compliant and energy-efficient lighting, but has also been designed to reduce ceiling clutter and exhibits a clean and minimalist look that adds to the interior design of the space.


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