Fredrik Malmberg has joined Lighting Metropolis as an innovation manager with Innovation Skåne in Lund as a base. Fredrik takes on the role and tasks from Markus Mårtensson, who

Reference photo of Hertsedlund school, and not part of the actual classroom design. Classroom lighting got a renewed focus globally when the smart boards were introduced about ten years ago.

Lighting Metropolis invites municipalities across Greater Copenhagen to an exclusive seminar, organized by IIIEE – the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics at Lund University, in collaboration with the Swedish

Reflektor is a new type of festival aiming to nurture curiosity and empower human discoveries of light. The festival is a culmination of light artists and other light explorers coming together

  As new technologies offer new possibilities to enhance citizens’ experience of public spaces, it also offers companies, researchers & cities the opportunity to co-create innovative demonstration projects. In a special

  As new technologies offer new possibilities to enhance citizens’ experience of public spaces, this special workshop offers an opportunity to help cities define the role of smart lighting in

  With cross-disciplinary competencies predicted to be in high demand in 2020, a new & timely study by Aalborg University in Copenhagen comprehensively maps the current gaps between the demand

  As part of the upcoming Vestegnen’s Culture Week, 8-17/9, in Copenhagen’s western suburbs – the city of Albertslund will exhibit a new artistic and digital lighting invention – titled

Egedal Municipality is looking for partners for a development project as a part of the Lighting Metropolis project. The purpose of the their development project is to encourage school children aged

Our demonstration project for the County of Skåne (Region Skåne), which aims to develop Human Centric Lighting for the Neonatal unit at Helsingborg Hospital, has now gone into its test phase. This