The award-winning designers at Michael Grubb Studio created our incredible stand at Light+Building, which helped us tell our “From Gels To LEDs” story to the thousands of designers and architects at the show.
Author Archives: Steve Ramos
Over 850 Rosco Miro Cubes and nearly two miles of our DMX Rosco Track were installed inside the recently renovated Petersen Automotive Museum to illuminate the exotic cars on display inside.
A Day.One workshop was dedicated to exploring the effects of colouring daylight. The designers showcased how daylight can and should be an engaging element of architectural lighting design.
At the center of the City Mall in Almere, Netherlands is a bright red staircase connecting the upper and lower levels of the shopping center. Master-architect Rem Koolhaas from OMA installed 120 of Rosco’s new Custom LitePad RGB LED Fixtures to accomplish this striking, yet functional element.
Childhood Cancer International has utilized a gold ribbon and buildings bathed in Rosco e-colour+ #550 Gold Medal as their symbols to honor kids from around the world that are battling against child and adolescent cancer.
The Mayfair District in London is a carnival for the rich & powerful, and its shops are temples to the luxury goods they contain inside. Among those Mayfair shops is Hedonism Wines – a sophisticated boutique whose exclusive, high-end offerings have turned it into a mecca for the wine and spirits enthusiast. The lighting designers…
Alabama’s Opelika High School installed Rosco’s color-mixing Miro Cube™ 4C LED fixtures in their art classroom to demonstrate how lighting can affect the shape and appearance of an object.
Plus Architecture was commissioned to design a new entrance canopy to give the Bloodstone building an improved identity and street presence.
Custom LitePad is the first choice of lighting designers, architects and interior designers around the world for creating soft, even illumination. Here are the top 5 reasons why you should consider it on your next project.
Designers are using patterned gobos to accentuate interior elements of their projects.