Monthly Archives for November 2013

The power of solar

Singapore, 28th November 2013 2 Two more to go…actually I should say 1 more after this!… 🙂 I am counting down to my 1000th blog post next week and this is nr 999…! Please send in your wishes, comments and feedbacks … Continue reading

29. November 2013 by Martin Klaasen
Categories: going green, light and health, light watch, lighting and culture, lighting and sustainability, lighting of the future | 1 comment

Zero energy…

Singapore, 28th November 2013 3 Three more to go… I am counting down to my 1000th blog post! I would like to take this opportunity to ask all my readers to send in your wishes, comments and feedbacks on how … Continue reading

28. November 2013 by Martin Klaasen
Categories: city beautification, going green, light watch, lighting and sustainability, lighting applications, lighting of the future | Leave a comment

Quantity over quality

Guangzhou-Singapore, 27th November 2013 4 Four  more to go… I am counting down to my 1000th blog post! I would like to take this opportunity to ask all my readers to send in your wishes, comments and feedbacks on how … Continue reading

27. November 2013 by Martin Klaasen
Categories: city beautification, light watch, lighting and culture, lighting applications, lighting design, lighting standards | Leave a comment

It’s a mad LED world

Guangzhou, 26th November 2013 5 Five  more to go… I am counting down to my 1000th blog post! I would like to take this opportunity to ask all my readers to send in your wishes, comments and feedbacks on how … Continue reading

26. November 2013 by Martin Klaasen
Categories: light watch, lighting and culture, lighting and sustainability, lighting of the future, lighting standards | Leave a comment

Amongst the cowboys…

Guangzhou, 25th November 2013 6 Six  more to go… I am counting down to my 1000th blog post! I would like to take this opportunity to ask all my readers to send in your wishes, comments and feedbacks on how … Continue reading

26. November 2013 by Martin Klaasen
Categories: light watch, lighting and culture, lighting and the economy, lighting of the future, lighting standards | 3 comments

The heritage lightbulb

Perth, 22nd November 2013 7 Seven  more to go… I am counting down to my 1000th blog post! I would like to take this opportunity to ask all my readers to send in your wishes, comments and feedbacks on how … Continue reading

22. November 2013 by Martin Klaasen
Categories: Light and inspiration, light watch, lighting and culture, lighting applications, lighting design, lighting of the future | 1 comment

Lighting the Olympics

Perth, 21st November 2013 8 Eight more to go… I am counting down to my 1000th blog post! I would like to take this opportunity to ask all my readers to send in your wishes, comments and feedbacks on how … Continue reading

21. November 2013 by Martin Klaasen
Categories: light watch, lighting and culture, lighting and sustainability, lighting and the economy, lighting applications, lighting design, lighting standards | Leave a comment

Public scrutiny

Perth, 20th November 2013 9 Nine more to go… I am counting down to my 1000th blog post! I would like to take this opportunity to ask all my readers to send in your wishes, comments and feedbacks on how … Continue reading

21. November 2013 by Martin Klaasen
Categories: city beautification, Light and inspiration, light watch, lighting and culture, lighting and sustainability, lighting design, lighting standards | Leave a comment

Milestones

Perth, 19th November 2013 10 Ten more to go… From today onwards I am counting down to my 1000th blog post! Can you believe it! It has been quite a journey that started way back in 2009. I would like … Continue reading

19. November 2013 by Martin Klaasen
Categories: city beautification, light watch, lighting and culture, lighting applications, lighting design, lighting design practice, lighting standards | Leave a comment

Lighting design style

Perth, 18th November 2013 Some people don’t understand that you need a light to create lighting. Today I had a minor communication with one of my clients who told me he did not really wanted to see any lights, yet … Continue reading

18. November 2013 by Martin Klaasen
Categories: light and art, Light and inspiration, light watch, lighting applications, lighting design | Leave a comment

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