Monthly Archives for July 2018

The week that was…23-27th July 2018

Perth, Weekend 28-29th July 2018 Back in Perth to catch up with my team. Ingmar and myself are working tirelessly in further developing our LDoT platform and with all the feedback and positive inputs we have received we have set … Continue reading

28. July 2018 by Martin Klaasen
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The week that was…16-20th July 2018

Singapore, Weekend 21-22nd July 2018 You never know what to expect in our profession, every week is different, which I guess makes our job interesting and never dull…I am typically not a 9 to 5 person and the variety, the … Continue reading

21. July 2018 by Martin Klaasen
Categories: city beautification, going green, Light and inspiration, light watch, lighting and culture, lighting and sustainability, lighting and the economy, lighting applications | Leave a comment

The week that was…9 – 13th July 2018

Singapore, Weekend 14-15th July 2018 All in all, it was a really mixed bag of activities this week…while the team was full on with several projects that are in the midst of deadlines and tenders, I found time to focus … Continue reading

14. July 2018 by Martin Klaasen
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The week that was 2-6th July 2018…

Singapore, Weekend 7-8th July 2018 Time and again I am confronted with the fact that in our line of work we never know what tomorrow will bring. I was scheduled to be traveling this week, but a last-minute change of … Continue reading

07. July 2018 by Martin Klaasen
Categories: city beautification, Light and inspiration, light watch, lighting and culture, lighting and sustainability, lighting and the economy, lighting design, Lighting Design of Things, lighting design practice | Leave a comment

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