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Once again Auroralight has won the best booth award at Lightfair International 2012, and they sure do deserve it (see pictures below).
About Auroralight: Located in Carlsbad, California, Auroralight has been manufacturing high-quality solid copper and brass landscape lighting since 1996. Auroralight’s commercial grade low voltage landscape lighting is well known for illuminating some of the most prestigious projects throughout the world. For more information on Auroralight Inc’s lighting products visit LightopiaOnline.com or call us toll free at: 877-559-7516.
Photo: Auroralight’s Booth at Lightfair International 2012
Frankfurt’s Light + Building Trade Show is said to be the one of the world’s leading trade shows for architecture, lighting and technology. The main theme at this years Light + Building 2012 Trade Show is energy efficiency. Around 2,100 exhibitors will take part in the Light+Building Trade Show at the Frankfurt Fair and Exhibition Center. Over 183,000 visitors including architects, interior architects, designers, planners, engineers, artisans, and manufacturers come from all around including: The Netherlands, Italy, United States, Austria, France, Switzerland, Great Britain, China, Spain, Belgium and Sweden.
With this year’s theme evolving around energy efficiency, representation from a diverse range of technologies will be available for viewing. Including new and innovative designs from LED technology, photovoltaic and electro-mobility, also including intelligent electricity usages with smart metering and smart grids.
Some of 2012 Light + Building Events include:
- Public Places – An impressive special exhibition of outdoor lighting from Light+Building exhibitors.
- ‘Meet the Future’ is a special initiative by Messe Frankfurt aimed at fostering young lighting and architectural talent.
- The E-House – intelligent building by professionals focusing on energy efficiency, comfort and security.
- Luminale 2012 - Biennale of Lighting Culture will be held concurrently with Light+Building Trade Show. In the evenings from April 15th-20th, 2012, local bus lines will link the various lighting attractions throughout the city, including streets and squares, skyscrapers and churches, museums and galleries will be presented in a new light.
- Trendforum - The Trend Forum presents trends in home design for 2012 and 2013. Centering on these 4 styles: fluorescent modern, hot elegance, soft minimalist and natural community.
Learn more about the 2012 events at the Light + Building Trade Show at their website: Light + Building
The International Dark-Sky Association believes that our society has lost site of the night sky stars and planets. Is it possible that our street lights are extinguishing our inherent connection with the natural world? The International Dark-Sky Association promotes simple (back to the basics) ideas: light what you need, when you need it and where you need it.
Wondering what to do with your left over used or new incandescents or CFL bulbs, check out this motivating lighting piece by Castor Designs. The Invisible Chandelier presents a collection of burnt out light bulbs illuminated from within. These unique chandeliers are produced custom by Castor Designs.
PHOTO: The Invisible Chandelier by Castor Designs
Introducing a new design from designer Anthony Dickens, “Tekio” the new modular lighting inspired by traditional Japanese Chochin paper lanterns.
PHOTO: Tekio by Anthony Dickens