Posts tagged as Lighting Matters

Re-assessment and time to do things differently

Following on with the theme in last month’s column, this month I have a question for you:  have you ever carried out a re-assessment of yourself and your business or practice? I have done this regularly over the last number of years. Sometimes, it was with the help of a coach or another third party […]

Lighting Matters: Why is lighting design practice in SA behind the times?

In the last few months, I have been asked frequently for the reason why new technologies and lighting design practices are either not being adopted or, at best, are only being adopted at a snail’s pace. I am grateful to those who have asked me because it prompted me to spring into action and analyse […]

Lighting Matters: Why is lighting design practice in SA behind the times?

In the last few months, I have frequently been asked for the reason why new technologies and lighting design practices are either not adopting or, at best, are only being adopted at a snail’s pace. I am grateful to those who have asked me because it prompted me to spring into action and analyse the […]

Lighting Matters: The fourth industrial revolution – blurred talk

Last month’s column started a journey into the reality of the Fourth Industrial Revolution which served as an eye-opener to many of the readers who perhaps never even noticed its beginning and progress. Many of you will remember the famous chess master, Gary Kasparov. Some may even remember that he was pitted against an IBM […]

Lighting Matters: On the subject of luminaires…

  When I initially thought about writing this article, it was to discuss some of the different categories of luminaire. After more careful contemplation, I thought it best to reflect on the changes I have observed over my 46 years in the lighting industry. The question I began to ask myself is, “what has changed”? […]