Our latest Light, Seen showcase has been announced and will be a presentation by ILP Premier member Lucy Zodion.
The Institution of Lighting Professionals had their first major blended event on 11 November, in the heart of London and online. Find out what our expert speakers covered…
We have revealed the details of our MYSTERY SESSION which will feature the whole lighting team from Hoare Lea.
ILP members will team up in a first of a kind collaboration on the Institution’s stand at the Landscape Show.
We look at how the colour of surfaces within a space lit with LED lighting influences our perception of size and height and more…
Lighting industry to ‘cut through greenwash and make a genuine impact on sustainability issues’ at ILP event
The Institution of Lighting Professionals has announced first major ‘in person’ event in recent times.
We take a very different look at colour, how colour is perceived in different cultures around the world, how your choice of colour for your business brand can influence and be interpreted by your customers, iridescence and more.
This presentation will look at what good lighting looks like for an existing space and how we can utilise already installed assets to deliver the lowest carbon impact without compromising on the needs of people.
In the European research project Smart Light Concepts (SLIC), researchers from Avans University of Applied Sciences and Portsmouth University explore different solutions for reducing carbon emissions from public lighting.
How To Be Brilliant has teamed up with the Totally Thames Festival to spread the word about better lighting. The festival celebrates the River Thames with arts events, active adventures, environmental initiatives, heritage and education programmes. On 24...
SLIC Decision Support Tool: A tool to aid decision making in the adoption of innovative public lighting technologies and techniques for economic savings, environmental sustainability and social inclusion in smart cities.
The UK is urgently in need of an electric vehicle charging infrastructure. The Institution has launched a ‘Light, Seen’ CPD session to look at types of feeder pillars, types of electric chargers, and explain points to consider.