Monthly Archives: January 2012

Renewable Power

I was presenting some research to the LA chapter of the IESLA on the relative benefits of different lighting technologies from a sustainability point of view (basically: incandescent vs. fluorescent vs. LED) and I was asked by a gentleman at … Continue reading

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The Carbon Footprint of Lighting

Last Thursday David, Tarryn and I attended a local meeting of the Illuminating Engineering Society of LA with friend and Los Angeles-based lighting designer Sean O’Connor. We met at the Proud Bird, a restaurant and home to a wild display … Continue reading

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Carbon Footprint: From the Mines to My House, Towards a Lifecycle Analysis of Lighting – Lecture on January 19

David Calligeros presents Carbon Footprint: From the Mines to My House, Towards a Lifecycle Analysis of Lighting to the Illuminating Engineering Society of Los Angeles on January 19, 2012. David will address sustainable lighting, looking at it from the standpoint of a mercury … Continue reading

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Architectural details and some of the bronze sculptures in the Massachusetts State House in Boston

I had the opportunity to wander the halls of the Massachusetts State House recently. I was early to an ICAA event and after perusing the State House Bookstore (reports on child welfare, food adulteration, agency budgets, and other soporific fare) … Continue reading

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