LONDON/NEW YORK: In February 2015, Lighting magazine enters an exciting new chapter in its long and venerable history.
To reflect a world of unprecedented possibilities for light in the built environment, the 46-year-old publication is relaunching with a renewed focus on the integration of architecture, daylight and artificial light.
Its role is to provide inspiration, education and context to those tasked with creating our lit environments.
It will put the use of artificial lighting in its historical context, explore the philosophy of lighting design and inspire with creative ideas and techniques.
It will feature the world’s most erudite writers, the most outstanding projects and provide a blend of inspiration and education.