Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Janean & Kyle’s Light and Lively Courtyard Apartment House Tour

July 3, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Name: Janean, Kyle and Pam the cat
Location: Short North — Columbus, Ohio
Size: 664 square feet
Years lived in: 4
Though their apartment is tiny, coming in at less than 670 square feet, the home Janean, boyfriend Kyle and cat Pam share in Columbus’ Short North neighborhood is all charm. The ivy-draped courtyard apartment building, which dates [...]

How Interior Design Consultancies Use Lighting – Artificial and Natural Light

June 11, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Interior design consultancies understand light in all its forms. In London, lighting is crucial to interior design consultancies that need to create stunning results. In this, the eighth and final article in my series which I call “DeLIGHTed by Design,” I continue to draw on my experience working with some of London’s Top Interior Design [...]

Martin Scorsese’s Favorite ‘Light & Color’ Films

June 10, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

As Benefit of  the Doubt was wrapping up his month of posts focused on color in film he brought to our attention this nice little list of “The Best Uses of Color in Film, Ever, Both Foreign and Domestic” put together by the great Martin Scorsese. The list includes 1o american and 10 foreign films [...]

Crib Rave Time: Light Up LED Pacifier

June 7, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Crib Rave Time: Light Up LED Pacifier

Party over here kids! Make your kid the center of attention with a Light Up LED Pacifier. It’s like a party in the crib. Ordinary pacifiers are boring. Locate your kid in the dark. Locate your kid’s lost pacifier in the dark. Locate your [...]

Colour Me Brightly! Understanding Light in Interior Design. Part I: Introducing Patterns of Light

June 7, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Professional interior designers are expertly trained in the use of lighting features to create breathtaking results. In this four-part series which I call “Colour Me Brightly: Understanding Light in Interior Design,” I draw on my experience in London’s interior design community to explain this fascinating subject. This first article is about patterns. Ask a London [...]

Colour Me Brightly! Understanding Light in Interior Design. Part III: Patterns from Opaque Materials

June 3, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Professional interior designers are expertly trained in the use of lighting features to create breathtaking results. In this four-part series which I call “Colour Me Brightly: Understanding Light in Interior Design,” I draw on my experience in London’s interior design community to explain this fascinating subject. This third article talks about how to create patterns [...]

The Ohhh Light

May 16, 2010 by admin · 10 Comments 

The title of this project is “OBO Light,” and a stranger shape for a lamp never have I had the pleasure of seeing. It’s a ring. Sort of an oblong ring that projects light in a rather unique way, shining in any of several colors up on the wall and thusly all around the room. [...]

A light between your credit cards

May 11, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

With about the size of a normal sized credit card, this small flip up lightbulb is convenient to have in your wallet.
Whenever you need a small light to search for your keys, simply grab this cut-out lightbulb and flip it up. It’ll immediately light up.
What’s the point of this when we have lights in our [...]

Colour Me Brightly! Understanding Light in Interior Design. Part II: Perforations and Glass

May 10, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Professional interior designers are expertly trained in the use of lighting features to create breathtaking results. In this four-part series which I call “Colour Me Brightly: Understanding Light in Interior Design,” I draw on my experience in London’s interior design community to explain this fascinating subject. This second article talks about how to create patterns [...]

Colour Me Brightly! Understanding Light in Interior Design. Part IV: Conclusion

May 6, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Professional interior designers are expertly trained in the use of lighting features to create breathtaking results. In this four-part series which I call “Colour Me Brightly: Understanding Light in Interior Design,” I draw on my experience in London’s interior design community to explain this fascinating subject. This fourth article concludes my series. Linear light patterns [...]