O’Blaney Rinker Associates is excited to announce representation for CAST Lighting LLC, a dynamic manufacturer and supplier that has been an industry leader in landscape lighting for over 20 years. More »
It was time spent working closely with designers, installers, and end-users that inspired Alex Nicolaides to found Scout Lighting. O’Blaney Rinker is proud to expand those relationships by representing Scout linear lighting in the New York Metro area. More »
Catch the Mediterranean Vibe! View this virtual trip to Barcelona for a tour of the Bover showroom. It is a great way to see the beautiful, handcrafted collections and the recent spring launches in an up close and intimate way.
Modular International’s new(ish) Business Development Manager, Tony Madonna, surveys the musts, maybes, and optionals of working with a manufacturer that is truly open to customer innovation.
Lighting educator Marty Salzberg cuts through the NYC code language and explains the formulas for counting wattage in line-voltage, low-voltage, and ballasted luminaires. Following up, Lumenture VP of Sales Peter Colman reveals the where, why, and how of current limiters.
Coming to us from CA, Julia Warren from Gantom Lighting & Controls reveals the “secret weapons” of top lighting designers and themed-entertainment industry experts. Precision lighting comes in teeny-tiny packages, and diverse mounting strategies needed to achieve maximum flexibility and effect – unobtrusively.
Lighting for Health and Energy Savings in Schools and Hospitals
The Lighting Research Center (LRC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has published new guidance documents for designing circadian-effective lighting in K-12 classrooms and hospital patient rooms while avoiding increased energy use.
The primary aim of the publications is to offer guidance for achieving effective, healthy lighting solutions in both applications while limiting increased energy use to the greatest extent possible. ACCESS DOCUMENTS HERE