SWITCH Lighting has been named an Edison Award Finalist after developing an LED light bulb that uses a liquid cooling technology. The unique liquid bulb's innovative technology and beautiful design played
World-renowned fashion photographer and filmmaker Jacob Sutton shot this incredible film of a ghostly snowboarder wrapped in glowing low-energy LED lights swooshing through snow and trees at night. Sutton
Energy efficient LED light bulbs just got a lot more accessible and affordable with Lemnis' Pharox LED bulbs! The lighting company has just release three new Pharox LED bulbs, one of which comes with the
We've covered Ikea's solar powered lamps in the past, however the Swedish purveyor of affordable design just launched a brand new line of Solvinden lights that are powered by the wind as well as the sun!
Jan Lampei is a brilliant lamp made from recycled jars that was a finalist in the 2012 Green Furniture Awards. The light consists of an organic wooden structure fitted with sterilized jam jars attached
Designed in collaboration with Austrian lighting company Zumtobel, the eL Masterpiece measures a statuesque nine feet long by almost 3 feet in diameter, and it weighs in at a massive 350 pounds! While the
The Urban Redevelopment Authority collaborated with Smart Light Singapore to build on the success of last year's i Light festival. 30 of the most striking works by multidisciplinary artists from across
Philips and BASF recently teamed up to create a hot new technology that could be the "it" feature in upcoming luxury electric vehicles - an OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) that also acts as a window
We love OLED technology here at Inhabitat - for years it has been heralded as the next stage in energy-efficient displays, as OLED screens generate their own light, eliminating the need for backlighting.
Tucked inside the massive 1,200-page spending bill that's currently sitting on President Obama's desk is an agreement that overturns part of the incandescent light bulb ban. The agreement could seriously
Electricity and lighting is something we often take for granted, but millions around the world live in areas lacking the proper infrastructure to even support turning on a lamp. In Africa, the market for