Category Archives for light and health

The perfect office…

Singapore, 10th July 2014 One of the things I always wanted to do in a project is to introduce a typical daylight cycle into a work space. Now that I have moved to a new office I am going to … Continue reading

10. July 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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The beauty of light

Perth, 30th June 2014 After a private little break with my Alex in Sydney last week I am back at work in Perth… What strikes me time and again when I am in Australia is the colour of the light. … Continue reading

30. June 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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Light Fair 2

Las Vegas, 3rd June 2014 Today the fair officially opened to the “public”. While seminars and courses have been going on since Sunday, the actual exhibition opened its door with an official ribbon cutting ceremony in the morning. A strong … Continue reading

04. June 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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Pollution

Shanghai, 21St May 2014 One of the things you can’t escape in China’s big cities is the pollution. It’s quite scary and I must say that despite that I like coming to Shanghai I thank God I am not living … Continue reading

22. May 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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60!

Singapore, 5th May 2014 Aged to perfection was one of the birthday cards I received on Saturday…Well I don’t want to claim I am perfect, but age certainly brings along heaps of experience, that’s for sure. I read somewhere a … Continue reading

05. May 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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Tailoring our deliverables

Singapore, 14th April 2014 The risk we have as a small practice with multiple projects is that you can easily fall into repetition. Deadlines are here to stay so when under time pressure there is always that recourse to “cut … Continue reading

14. April 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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Light & Build, Tuesday

Frankfurt, 1st April 2014 My second day at the fair was a real interesting mixed bag of experiences. I continued my pursuit in search of NON-LED light fittings but basically the story continues to be the same…no-one really can’t be … Continue reading

02. April 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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Day and night

Singapore, 19th March 2014 One of the inevitable things with day light is that at the end of the day it turns into the night! Your living or work place then has to cope with the reverse situation where somehow … Continue reading

19. March 2014 by Martin Klaasen
Categories: city beautification, light and health, Light and inspiration, light watch, lighting applications, lighting design, lighting standards | Leave a comment

Day lighting

Singapore, 18th March 2014 I mentioned in my blog yesterday that in my search for a suitable office space, the availability of natural day light is imperative. I can’t work in an office space devout of day light. I need … Continue reading

18. March 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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Air travel

Perth, 10th March 2014 With the mysterious disappearance of a Malaysian commercial airliner en route from KL to Beijing, you do wonder what’s going on at times. With all modern technology, how is it possible that an airplane just disappears … Continue reading

10. March 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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