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IESANZ Conference

The early bird member rates are open for the inaugural IESANZ Light in Focus: Human-Centred Design 2019 event at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on the 21st -22nd November 2019.

International keynote speakers

Industry bodies combine resources to conduct roadshow on the National Construction Code

Following a most constructive meeting held at the offices of Lighting Council Australia (LCA) in Melbourne in early February, the IES (Illuminating Engineers Society) and the IALD (the International Association of Lighting Designers) have combined... Read more >>

First Western Australia Director appointed to Lighting Council Australia Board

 Lighting Council Australia CEO Richard Mulcahy has welcomed the appointment of its first Western Australian based... Read more >>

6 CPD pts for IESANZ members at the upcoming Light·Space·Design Summit

Your last chance to catch some of the brightest minds in the lighting design sector at the first-ever Light·Space·Design... Read more >>

Society of Light + Lighting Young Lighter 2019: Open for Entry
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Printing OLED displays: has its time finally come?
Redefining the urban landscape
Zhaga confirms plan to transfer Book 18 to IEC
The future of light is digital: Zumtobel teams up with pureLiFi to step into the wireless enterprise network market