The booklist project has been founded to raise awareness of quality books that cover nighttime design including lighting.
It is approaching that time of year when students are getting ready to begin an exciting new chapter of their lives.
The ILP always have our members best welfare to mind and therefore we would like to offer all our members the chance of joining our new CV Sharing Scheme.
The ILP confirmed today that it is planning online events and training throughout 2020, and will launch it’s autumn plan at the Institution’s online AGM day, Lighting United, on 9 September.
This Monday 3 August, we invite you to our open house chat to discuss new ways of selling, and how the ILP can bring suppliers and specifiers together.
We – the ILP staff and volunteer team – would like to understand you better and recently sent out a survey to all our members.
The ILP is calling on members to help widen awareness with UK government on the importance of lighting issues.
With the usual ILP calendar being disrupted, we invite members to save the date for our online AGM: Wednesday 9 September.
The ILP brings together the lighting community to share knowledge which helps people light the world in a better way. We know that mental wellbeing is more important than ever.
No one likes light pollution, obtrusive light, or nuisance light. It affects people, animals and plants, it wastes energy, and it is completely avoidable.
Special guests have been invited to guest edit the Light Minded Movement Instagram site over the coming weeks.
With social distancing still in place and tensions continuing to rise, London-based artist Marcus Lyall has transformed a soon-to-be-demolished office block in London Bridge into an interactive public artwork.
Here are some more FAQs which we hope will help you. Our first set of FAQs was published on 14 April 2020 and the second set was published on 1 May 2020.