Jill Entwistle associate editor, design

THE ART OF LIGHT
Find wrong end of stick – grab with both hands

Jill Entwistle thinks it is impossible for the general public to form a balanced opinion on Brussels’ attempts to ban inefficient halogen lamps when the press does such a bad job reporting the issue

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THE ART OF LIGHT
Don’t fall foul of the lighting code paradox

Can lighting guidelines cater equally to the needs of design experts and non-specialists?

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THE ART OF LIGHT
Time to move out of the caves

The increasingly regular appearance of a relaxed, domestic aesthetic in highbrow offices is a trend to be applauded. Jill Entwistle asks where the trend leaves the rest of us

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THE ART OF LIGHT
Hold the line

Financial pressures could open the doors to an army of amateur lighting designers, and that will cost clients dear, as Jill Entwistle observes

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THE ART OF LIGHT
Time for a poetic rethink

Lighting’s about more than numbers – and the lighting establishment is reappraising its obsession with codes and guidelines, says Jill Entwistle.

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