(UK) – Managed lighting supplier Ember Lighting has announced the launch of its brand-new industry resource; the LightBulb Lab.
The LightBulb Lab is an online collection of useful information, curated by Ember Lighting founders Marcus Steffen and Gresh Braglewicz. The partners have brought together their expert knowledge and drawn on their collective decades of first-hand lighting industry experience to answer some of the burning questions that clients, architects, interior designers and others may have.
LightBulb Lab brings together Q&As, step-by-steps and how-to guides to address a plethora of issues and queries. The online resources cover topics such as different ways of dimming LED lights, how to avoid project delays and the questions you should ask when sourcing a lighting designer.
Ember Lighting aims to redefine the lighting supply service – where most lighting suppliers just provide the components, Ember Lighting nurtures its clients wants and needs by project managing a lighting transformation from start to finish.
The LightBulb Lab is a further example of where Ember Lighting has evolved with the lighting community; responding to the ever-growing needs for knowledge and industry insight.
Marcus Steffen, co-owner of Ember Lighting and owner of MS Lighting Design, said: “Working in the lighting industry, we recognised the need for information as the sector and solutions are changing at such a rapid pace. We spotted a gap for an all-encompassing knowledge hub, and the idea for the LightBulb Lab was born.”
Ember Lighting co-owner and owner of Capital Rewire, Gresh Braglewicz, added: “Our collective experience and expertise puts us in a strong position to share our knowledge with the wider industry. We’re confident the LightBulb Lab is going to become a ‘go-to’ resource across the sector. We’re already planning its expansion and the Ember Lighting team is excited about the future as we evolve and grow.”
The LightBulb Lab was soft launched in December with a small event before Christmas 2021. A number of professionals from the design community came together at the Lutron Electronics showroom in London to experience the LightBulb Lab, as well as offer final thoughts on useability before the national roll-out.