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Delta Light Lighting Bible Anniversary Edition


The wait is finally over! Delta Light have launched their much anticipated Lighting Bible Anniversary Edition jam-packed full of exciting new collections and inspiring project photography!

“2019 is our Anniversary year! As the Delta Light adventure was lit 30 years ago, we want to honour our 30th anniversary with a special edition of The Lighting Bible: The Lighting Bible Anniversary Edition.

This book consists of no less than 1184 pages, many new product references, technical information, hundreds of inspiring project photos and reflects exactly what Delta Light has stood for over 30 years: quality, innovation, reliability and user-friendliness. This reference book is the embodiment of our craftsmanship in bringing you Pure Lighting Pleasure and the complete tool to work out your projects.

In the intro of The Lighting Bible Anniversary Edition you will find “things to see”, which summarizes the highlights and the most remarkable innovations in the catalogue … Discover among other things brand new dynamic beam shaping lenses, enabling you to control your illumination beam and create scenes from your mobile device. The offer of magnetic lighting solutions is extended, and upgraded with presence and daylight detection sensors, allowing you to control the luminaires without extra manual action needed.

The Lighting Bible has built its name as a tool of inspiration for both professionals and end users, we hope to inspire you with our global portfolio of high-end projects, ranging from residential to retail, offices, showrooms, hospitality and public buildings.” – Delta Light

The question is, have you downloaded your copy yet? Click the link below to receive your online copy today!

Lighting Bible Anniversary Edition


Adjacent Field


Inlite are excited to have the opportunity to feature ‘Adjacent Field’, a design installation by Linda Tegg in collaboration with Delta Light and NDYLIGHT for Jil Sander’s Milanese flagship store!


Adjacent Field

A multiple installation by Linda Tegg for Jil Sander Fashion House.

Artist: Linda Tegg

Lighting Design: Nic Burnham NDYLIGHT

Photography: Federico Torra

‘A large living installation of spontaneous plants picked from abandoned sites in the area of Milan. This is the stem of what artist Linda Tegg has conceived with Lucie and Luke Meier for the spaces of Jil Sander’s head­quarters, on the occasion of Milan Design Week 2019 and to introduce the first in a new series of Jil Sander+ collections. Durable products, for both women and men, made for life outside of the city : time spent in the mountains, by the sea, in the countryside.

Mosses and succulents, blackberry, blue pimpernel, common chickweed, geranium, high mallow, ivy, ribwort plantain, scutch grass, wild sage. A few examples from the extensive list of species Tegg has sourced, with the help of garden designer Matteo Foschi, in the fields inside and around the city, that now form the luscious, “ephemeral” version of Adjacent Field. Arranged within a lighting installation specifically designed by Nic Burnham of NDYLIGHT.

After the exhibition, some of the plants will be returned to their original environment, while others will be refor­med into a permanent assemblage, evocative of the spontaneous and overlooked urban flora of Milan. To be constantly nurtured as a living being within the Jil Sander studios. Turning the everyday into a space which is dedicated to the exceptional.

Attention to looking, contrasts, awareness and care.

“The plants will stay with us. Environmental issues seem, and need to be, more and more well rooted, rather than a trend”, say Lucie and Luke Meier. “We need to be ready to behave in different ways, even uncomfor­table and inconvenient, to make a change. We need to find a way to coexist well with nature. The permanent installation of spontaneous plants will be a constant reminder, a catalyst for our awareness”.


On display in the windows of the Jil Sander Milanese flagship store, 5 large-scale Field Photographs taken in the streets of Milan by Tegg’s partner and collaborator, designer David Fox, offer an alternate view on the installation. Generating an interplay between perceptions and ideas of the natural and the human-made, between indoors and outdoors, echoing the essence of the artwork. And of the work of Lucie and Luke Meier for Jil Sander.

“Spontaneous plants break through the fabric of the city, they assert themselves against a logic that seals away access to soil, light, and water – a chance at life. The Field Photographs celebrate these acts of resistance, once you start noticing, you can find them everywhere”, Linda Tegg says. “These plants are neither singular, spectacular, or of any monetary value. They exist alongside us often on the peripheries of ur perception. What happens when these beings are brought to the centre of our lives, when we take them into our care?”.

Complementing this first instalment of Adjacent Field, a precious, large-format book, with a broader selection of the Field Photographs by Fox, documenting the sites from which the plants have been sourced, will be on display in the hall of the Jil Sander Studio adjacent to the plants’ installation. As a rare specimen in a botanical library. Effectively linking the sites through photography.’ – Jil Sander

The installation will be open daily between April 9th and April 14th from 10am to 8pm Jil Sander Headquarter – Via Luca Beltrami, 5 – Milano / Jil Sander Flagship Store – Via Pietro Verri, 6 – Milano

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