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Jill Entwistle

  • Energy star: Inside the PwC office with the world's highest ever BREEAM rating

    27 March 2014

    Business consultants PwC ensured the refurbishment of one of its London offices was couched in expertise and innovation. Jill Entwistle looks at how this helped the building achieve the world’s highest ever BREEAM rating  
  • A touch of wizardry

    June 2013

    A studio tour with a difference, The Making of Harry Potter aimed to ensure visitors feel they are ensconced in the world that has mesmerised them on screen. Jill Entwistle explores the trickery that casts a spell
  • The secret service

    29 January 2013

    Victoria’s Secret is synonymous with seduction, therefore the lighting of its UK flagship store had to be alluring. Office of [Light]’s Russell Lipscombe bares all to Jill Entwistle
  • The five star treatment

    3 January 2013

    Faced with a hotel on a grand scale and a budget on a minor scale, Neolight director Alan Mitchell had his work cut out on the contract to light the St Regis Saadiyat Island Resort. He tells Jill Entwistle how the opportunity to work closely with the interior designer early in the project helped him fulfil the challenging brief
  • Regency period

    September 2012

    Over the past 17 years Studio-29 founder Tony Rimmer has transformed the lit appearance of London’s prestigious Regent Street with a challenging lighting scheme adding depth and consistency to Regency thoroughfare’s Grade-II listed facades. Jill Entwistle reports
  • What happens when the lights go out?

    7 September 2011

    Japan’s recent tsunami and earthquakes have left parts of the country in darkness from power blackouts. Jill Entwistle speaks to some of the country’s lighting designers as they reassess the way they use light
  • The dawn of eco-indulgence

    1 March 2011

    Energy use in a spa is typically high, but one Berkshire establishment is changing the energy-guzzling reputation of the relaxation industry – starting with the lighting. Jill Entwistle reports
  • Martin Valentine

    May 2010

    The former lighting group director of AECOM (Faber Maunsell) is moving to a new position in Abu Dhabi. He discusses the reasons and the ramifications
  • Grant Daniels

    Mar 2010

    The managing director of Thorn Lighting in the UK and Ireland, Grant Daniels, talks to Lighting about taking a step back from the day-to-day business of running a lighting company
  • Mark Law

    Feb 2010

    Tesco uses one per cent of the UK’s energy. Its head of lighting Mark Law is responsible for a staggering four million lamps
  • Fred Bass

    Dec 2009

    Industry veteran Fred Bass talks about starting an exterior lighting company in a recession
  • Peter Fitzgerald

    Nov 2009

    Peter Fitzgerald talks about getting back in the saddle - in the lighting business and literally
  • Learning curves

    16 October 2009

    Blackpool is bolstering its reputation as a lighting destination with a son et lumiere installation that posed some tricky design and manufacturing challenges. With video of the installation in action
  • River of light

    21 June 2009

    Part bridge, part building, this exhibition pavilion glows with internal and external light
  • University ready to launch BSc degree in architectural lighting

    20 March 2009

    The University of Glamorgan looks set to create a BSc degree in architectural lighting design. If everything goes to plan the first intake will be in 2010.
  • Equation merges with M&E practice

    29 January 2009

    Equation Lighting has merged with the lighting design arm of multidisciplinary consultancy GIA to create a new company, GIA Equation.
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