Where the light guide you
Designer Alexander Lervik and artist Eva Dahlgren invites you to a universe with new design and music. Exhibition at "designgalleriet" in Stockholm opens 7th february and is open until 1st march. Stockholm Lighting sponsors lighting and controls.
The designers of the festival are looking for site-specific outdoor installations, that deal with Tartu city, its forgotten spaces, its history, its citizens. We are looking forward to see new solutions for old places – direct light to non-places. Stockholm Lighting sponsors the lights for the ruins of the old cathedral. Lighting design: Johan Moritz and Tina Wikström
Sweet Sixteen 2015
Thank You for a fantastic night!
Visit by Dr. Nakamura
Friday, December 5th is a day we will never forget in Stockholm Lighting Company. Dr. Shuji Nakamura, the 2014 Nobel Laureate in Physics, visited us in the office and talked about his research on Gan-on Gan diodes and the birth of the blue diode. We thank Dr. Nakamura for giving us this opportunity and, above all, for all the work he put in to enable that diodes can now be used as energy-efficient light sources. We promise to continue to spread the knowledge of LED lights in our part of the world.
Swedish Lighting award 2014
This years "lighting day" became a great industry party with creative meetings with colleagues, customers and parteners. The highlight was like always the distribution of this year's Light Price. We had obviously hoped that Sölvesborg bridge would win as we delivered fixtures, controllers and a lot of wonderful programming hours. But this year it was not our year and instead we saw Stockholm Library as a very worthy winner. Congratulations Ljusarkitektur
Oslo Lighting Festival
November and December are light festivals time. Most recently it was the Norway celebrating light in Slemmestad outside Oslo. Lighting Award 2013 was presented by Lyskultur Norway's best projects. SLC lys Norway did with light designers Gard Gitlestad and Josefine Walle Nergård a light installation at the old concrete factory from the last century that has become the subject of cultural initiatives. We are delighted to be a part of this development and, together with Lumenpulse and EcoSense illuminate these historic sites. Luminaires used is Lumenbeam RGBW, Lumenfacade RGBW and EcoSense Bullet.
Lights in ALingsås - Thumbelina
The lighting of the fairytale Thumbelina - a tiny girl born from a magic grain of wheat, and the sometimes nasty adventure begins one night when she was abducted by a toad - has become an exciting light room which occupies a big part of the block Färgaregatan. Lighting designer is Johan Moritz employed as ljusdeisgner the City of Malmö. Johan also holds lectures at universities, creates events and workshop leader. He collaborates with architects, landscape architects and artists, and his motto as a lighting designer is: to share with others gives more in return than can be imagined. Fixtures: Lumenfacade. Controls: Pharos LPC 1, Programming: Jimmie Lundström
Lights in Alingsås: The little match girl
A llittle girl walks out barefoot on new years eve to sell matches, but not a single person has the time or need to buy some of her. The Little Match Girl is both tragic and beautiful New Year tale that really hits straight to the heart. The lighting designer behind the project is Dorit Malin, a teacher, author and mentor. Fixtures: Lumenbeam and Lumenfacade by Lumenpulse. Controlsystem: Pharos LPC1. Programming: Fredrik Winqvist
A study of light phenomena, An experiment with how light refracts and light temperatures. The result is a prototype. ONE DAY a fictitious window that generates light of a day. It is an ongoing project where we record a days light temperatures through photography. A project where we try to mimic nature.Photographer : Pontus Lindvall