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Are Facilities Managers grasping the essential need for not merely well lit, but inspirational workplaces?

| Posted in: Controls, Lighting, Staff

At Lumilow Lighting, we believe that light is inspirational, beneficial, indeed crucial to modern workplaces. This being the case, it stands to reason that more and more organisations are realising the advantages of natural, light orientated design. But some of the most exciting developments remain poorly understood, or perhaps in some cases struggle for ascendancy […]


Spell for Harry Potter 20th anniversary

| Posted in: Controls, Lighting, Staff, Sustainability

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first Harry Potter book, our Managing Director was asked if he could perform magic, what would he do within the lighting industry?  Andy Chell, Managing Director of Lumilow Lighting is an outspoken advocate of transparency and exemplary service, particularly within the education sector. His ‘tongue in cheek’ spell would be […]


The wonderful world of WELL; Lumilow to explain the bright side of the WELL Building Standard at CIBSE conference

| Posted in: Colour, Controls, Lighting, Staff, Uncategorised

Lumilow Managing Director Andy Chell will present at a CIBSE Yorkshire Region event later on this year, revealing the new pathways and potential offered by the WELL Building Standard and circadian, humanistic workplace lighting.   What is the WELL Building Standard?  “The WELL Standard is all about how buildings can be designed, constructed and lit […]


Lumilow’s Managing Director selected as a judge on Awards Panel

| Posted in: Case Studies, Lighting, Staff

At Lumilow Lighting we are always looking for ways to promote excellence in our Industry so when Andy Chell our Managing Director was approached by the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Yorkshire Region to be a judge on the forthcoming Awards, we were naturally delighted. Read about the rest of the judges here: http://www.cibseyorkshire.org/CIBSE-Yorkshire-Awards—2017/Our-Judges.aspx […]