Monthly Archives for April 2012

Day 6 – Erco

Netherlands, 21st April 2012 My last day in Germany was the conclusion of my Erco visit, before heading off to see my parents in Holland. I will be on leave for a week during which I will not be blogging. … Continue reading

22. April 2012 by Martin Klaasen
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Light & Build 2012 Day 5

Frankfurt-Ludenshcheid, 20th April 2012 Light Watch 3-57: Light & Build 2012 Day 5 and ERCO factory visit impressions Philips LED seminar, the strive towards defining quality criteria Konika – Minolta with its latest light meter; Lux levels, Colour temperature, Colour … Continue reading

20. April 2012 by Martin Klaasen
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Light & Build 2012 Day 4

Frankfurt, 19th April 2012 Light Watch 3-56: Light & Build 2012 Day 4 impressions Roberto proudly presenting the latest flatline LED products from PIL Cree modules and urban systems Occhio with the touch control (IO3D)and flexilens (Piu Terra3D) Interesting materials … Continue reading

19. April 2012 by Martin Klaasen
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Light & Build 2012 Day 3

Frankfurt, 18th April 2012 Light Watch 3-55: Light & Build 2012 Day 3 impressions Louis Poulsen launching the Silverback to a selected audience Paulina introducing her Noche Zero event at PLDA’s international development forum Philips promoting “freedom” of binning…they claim a better way to free … Continue reading

18. April 2012 by Martin Klaasen
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Light & Build 2012 Day 2

Frankfurt, 17th April 2012 Light Watch 3-54: Light & Build 2012 Day 2 impressions GE presentations GE’s Lumination, uniform rastered flat light, transparent/ see through when off FLOS with the magnetic LED mini hook-on spots FLOS with their flatlite Hoffmeister … Continue reading

17. April 2012 by Martin Klaasen
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Light & Build 2012 Day 1

Frankfurt, 16th April 2012 Arrived in Frankfurt on Saturday to attend the PLDA Annual General Meeting and had my first day at the fair yesterday. Many friends and familiar faces…I will not be reporting on L&B (yet) just share some … Continue reading

16. April 2012 by Martin Klaasen
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Innovate, revolutionise

Singapore, 13th April 2012 Anyone superstitious?…Today is Friday the 13th…. I am not really superstitious but over the years I have learned to appreciate things like Feng-Shui and numerology. If I can I will avoid the numbers 4 and 13 … Continue reading

13. April 2012 by Martin Klaasen
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When time flies…

Singapore, 12th April 2012 Funny how a day can just wiz past without you actually realising what you have done! A bit like driving in automatic mode on the road, suddenly you realise you have reached your destination without really … Continue reading

12. April 2012 by Martin Klaasen
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Light to your ears

Singapore, 11th April 2012 We all know the expression “music to your ears”…now there is also “light to your ears”. I am Linked-In to various discussion groups on the subject of lighting, lighting design and related applications of interest. Over … Continue reading

11. April 2012 by Martin Klaasen
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Light and Art Restoration

Singapore, 10th April 2012 A special subject today…It is always exciting when your children somehow get involved with parts of your life, in my case my life as a lighting designer. None of my children are active in my business, … Continue reading

10. April 2012 by Martin Klaasen
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