• Lighting India
  • Dec 20, 2017

Increasing infrastructure projects coupled with increasing housing projects in Tier I and Tier II cities, the future of lighting fixtures market in India looks bright.

  • Lighting India
  • Dec 20, 2017

Headquartered in Brooklyn New York, AWA is an international architectural lighting design firm founded by Abhay Wadhwa (Design Principal & CEO). R. Sitaraman is the director of India/South Asia in the AWA Mumbai office. The studio designs and implement lighting solutions for a diverse range of projects internationally – creating solutions that evoke a sense of place instead of mere space. The lighting design has been developed by them for Godrej BKC.

  • Lighting India
  • Dec 20, 2017

India has been a net exporter of lighting fixtures until 2012. Since then, export has been registering a slow growth (some 380 million USD for the year 2016) while imports registered a double-digit average annual increase, jumping to around USD 1 billion.

  • Lighting India
  • Oct 20, 2017

The LED revolution is driven by Asia Pacific, Europe, and North America. Further growth will be less centralised and challenge leading global participants. LED replacement lamps are now at a price point that can effectively challenge conventional technologies and take over the market significantly by 2020.

  • Lighting India
  • Oct 20, 2017

Artificial lighting plays a highly visible role in the overall presentation of the emerging city. It helps increase safety in areas that people use, aids in geographic orientation as people can use well-lit focal points as landmarks to help them find their way…

  • Lighting India
  • Oct 20, 2017

Access Fixtures launches new backyard LED basketball court packages. These packages provide everything you need to light a backyard basketball court to an average of 10-19 footcandles.

  • Lighting India
  • Sep 14, 2017

HEZE Cutoff Wall Pack: Efficient and Dark-Sky Compliant...

  • Lighting India
  • Aug 23, 2017

To effectively distribute light and limit shadowing, each package uses a specific number of fixtures and poles...