Luctra sponsors Light School’s Light Talks

(UK) – BDP, Nulty+, GIA Equation, Electrolight, Firefly Lighting Design, Michael Grubb Studios, Light IQ and Light Bureau amongst speakers at London event.

Human centric lighting specialist, Luctra has announced it is the official sponsor of the Light Talks Theatre at Light School 2017. Presented by Light Collective and hosted at the Surface Design Show, Light School takes place at the Business Design Centre in London from 7-9 February 2017 and provides architects and designers with education and knowledge about lighting design and products.

“Light School is a fantastic initiative and it is a privilege to be involved,” commented Sean Starkey, Managing Director at DURABLE UK, the manufacturers of Luctra. “Selecting the correct lighting is so important and there are many factors to consider; the design, how it interacts with its environment and perhaps most importantly, how it affects users. Light School will help its audience understand the advantages of good lighting and even highlight the impact it can have on individuals. We are really looking forward to being involved with the event in 2017.”

The aim of Light School is to ensure the audience leaves the show having learnt something that will change the way they see light. The Light Talks theatre hosts a programme of events providing architects and designers with access to many of the UK’s leading lighting designers. The lighting industry’s most illustrious companies are already signed up to speak at the event including BDP, Nulty+, GIA Equation, Electrolight, Firefly Lighting Design, Michael Grubb Studios, Light IQ and Light Bureau.

Luctra is an LED lighting system proven to enhance wellbeing and productivity within the workplace by harnessing the biological effect of light. The range, endorsed by Dr Dieter Kunz, an expert in the importance of lighting for health, features superior quality cold white and warm white LEDs that produce an illuminance of up to 1,000 lux. As well as offering an impressive Kelvin level between 2,700K and 6,500K, the Luctra lighting system provides an intensity and colour that closely replicates daylight. The modern and minimalistic Luctra range consists of FLEX, a cordless and portable lamp, as well as four floor and table lamp models.