Everbright's booth drew a crowd during last month's ICFF show in New York City with its light wall display. Working like a giant version of the old school Light-Brite pixel toy, Everbright is a screen of round dials that turn in either direction to create a rainbow of LED colors in more than 162 hues.… Continue reading Everbright Interactive Light Wall
Top Picks from the 2016 Architectural Digest Design Show
Last Friday I took over the Sharp Communication Instagram (@sharpthink) and Twitter (@sharp_think) feeds during the Architectural Digest Design Show in New York City to share the latest products and trends on the show floor. Sharp, a NYC-based public relations, social media, and special events agency, has a client roster including architecture and design brands such as Cosentino,… Continue reading Top Picks from the 2016 Architectural Digest Design Show
The Secret to Eliminating Wasted Energy: Plug Load Control
The Sunnyvale, California-based building automation company Enlighted developed this colorful infographic to help expose plug load issues in even the most sustainable buildings. Check out how much a building's energy use can be attributed to something as small in size as a plug.
Hype & Structo Lamps by Curio Design
These spindly, sophisticated lamps from the Oakland, California-based tech company Curio Design have a humble origin — the lighted carriage that goes across the glass on a copy machine. Widely used in the scanner/copier industry to provide uniform light distribution, these "lights guides" have been reinvented by Curio Design to improve the quality of… Continue reading Hype & Structo Lamps by Curio Design