VOL 3 ISSUE 4 | APRIL 24, 2017

Created in Partnership with LightShow West 
and LED Specifier Summit - Northwest
Enchanted at Descanso Gardens:
That Instagrammable Moment
by Lois I. Hutchinson
Winter light shows have evolved from creative displays of twinkling Christmas lights and carolers to upscale, kinetic artist installations and everything in between. These short-term attractions constitute a lucrative use of public gardens during their winter slow season, and bring in guests to enjoy the gardens in a new way at night, traditionally downtime. Because they are experiences perfectly suited to sharing through social media, they attract new awareness and new audiences for some of the country's oldest botanical gardens.
by Nick Albert | Guest Blogger
The Architecture of Experience
Light is the most flexible building material at work in the constructions of the world around us. Variable, transient, and flexible - lighting has the capacity to change its character and the manner in which it inhabits and defines space with infinitely greater flexibility than the brick and mortar which compose physical boundaries.

Product Reveal
Contributed by
SCI Lighting Solutions
EATON Lighting was thrilled to announce the official release of their innovative Neo-Ray Covera and Converge luminaires. With Covera's unique optical design suitable for many applications, and the clean, minimalist design of the Converge, it was only appropriate to present the luminaires through a world-class experience.

Acquring Smart Lighting
Contributed by
Fulham Co., Inc.
Fulham Co., Inc., a leading supplier of lighting components and electronics for commercial and specialty applications, today announced the acquisition of the assets of partner company Control Network Solutions (CNS), the UK-based creator of the elitedaliā„¢ smart lighting control and management system. This transaction continues Fulham's strategic European expansion.
Speaking Proposals are Invited until May 19th
For 2017, LightShow West introduces five education tracks: Health and Lighting; Lighting 101, Lighting Design, Lighting Technology and Title 24. Speakers are invited to submit proposals on topics that offer the latest trends, information, insight and perspective on the various aspects of commercial and architectural lighting for our audience of industry professionals. We are currently accepting submissions for speaker consideration.

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