(PRWEB UK) 18 March 2013
One of the world’s leading lighting designers has told the BBC in an interview on March 15, how we’re only at the early stages of a lighting revolution.
Mark Major, along with late partner Jonathan Spiers has designed award-winning work that is credited with enhancing the atmosphere of already iconic structures such as St Paul’s Cathedral.
Mr Major said: "Changing technology makes me feel very clearly that this is as much of a revolution going on now as perhaps when gas went out and electric lighting came in."
He told the BBC that he envisions a future where street lights light up as you walk down them and get dimmer when no-one else is around.
Lights 4 Living said:
“Street and home lighting has developed rapidly in the past few years and looks to be on the cusp of exciting and new innovations. Mark Major makes some exciting comments about the future of lighting. From design to the way in which we light our homes and streets, lighting is at an important point in its history and we look forward to seeing what next major change will occur in the industry.”
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