Monthly Archives for October 2018

The week that was 22-27th October 2018

  Special PLDC edition Singapore, Week 22-27th October 2018 It has taken a while till I managed to find the time to put this special blog together, but what an event PLDC 2018 in Singapore was! After a hugely successful … Continue reading

31. October 2018 by Martin Klaasen
Categories: city beautification, Education, Light & Learn, light and art, light and health, Light and inspiration, light watch, lighting and culture, lighting and sustainability, lighting and the economy, lighting applications, lighting design, Lighting Design of Things, lighting design practice, lighting of the future, lighting standards | Leave a comment

The week that was…15th – 19th October 2018

Singapore, Weekend 20-21st October 2018 A relatively quiet week in Singapore with no travel, but with lots of ground to be covered both in preparation of next week’s PLDC and ongoing meetings and conference calls with our LDoT partners in … Continue reading

20. October 2018 by Martin Klaasen
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The week that was…8th – 12th October 2018

Perth – Singapore, Weekend 13-14th October 2018 Time and again I can’t get over how different the lifestyle in Australia is compared to Asia. The open spaces, the landscape, the weather (seasons, we are going into spring) and way of … Continue reading

13. October 2018 by Martin Klaasen
Categories: Education, Light & Learn, Light and inspiration, light watch, lighting and the economy, lighting design, Lighting Design of Things, lighting design practice | Leave a comment

The week that was …1-5th October 2018

Singapore – Perth, Weekend 6-7th October 2018 As we move into October already the high-speed train that is called LDoT, keeps moving on. More and more people are getting interested and understanding of what is changing this world. At the … Continue reading

06. October 2018 by Martin Klaasen
Categories: light watch, Lighting Design of Things, lighting of the future | Leave a comment

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