Tag: Future of Light

Over the last five years the march of LED in the lighting industry has been relentless, the LED ‘Revolution’ has become more of a Coup d’etat, with LED becoming the defecto light source of choice. Even the Squirrel Cage, the last bastion of tungsten, is starting to succumb to the LED invaders. All of this turbulence is really only the start of the upheaval, LED is a semiconductor, and so the future of the lighting industry will be far more effected by the computer industry than the industries past. The lamp, as we know it, a glowing media within a glass envelope that emits a predictable amount of light for a set amount of power with a standard connector, is already obsolete. This freefall towards obsolescence is not just about efficiency metrics, “halogen lamps are too wasteful”, or atheistic metrics “fluorescent lamps are too cold”.  more

Paul and Arve will be speaking and taking part in a round table discussion at the 2015 International Year of Light conference organized by Lyskultur in Oslo, Norway on 18. March.

The conference is dedicated to the Future of Light and takes place at the Center for Design and Architecture – DogA.

More information about the event can be found here.