Congratulations to Hervé Descottes, Jeff Taylor and Jessica Tchah of L’Observatoire International, winners of the 2012 GE Edison Award for their lighting work at Vintry Fine Wines in New York! Photo by Emile Dubuisson.
Happy Holidays from the team at GE! This year GELighting celebrated 50 years of lighting the National Christmas Tree in Washington, D.C. This is the fourth consecutive year that the tree will be entirely lit with LEDs, including 450 LED 100-light string sets, 120 LED star-shaped ornaments, and an heirloom star-shaped topper updated with Tetra®MAX LEDs!
The United States Institute of Peace in Washington, DC, features a pervasive lighting theme built with GE T5 fluorescent lamps. Light sources are fully concealed or designed to disappear, revealing and animating, but never competing with the architecture. This weekend is the last chance to submit photos of your favorite landmarks and lighting with the hashtag GELights, for the chance to win a trip to London and a lighting home makeover from GE! Post your photos by August 12th to enter, and vote for your favorites through August 19th. The photo with the most likes will win!
Up close with GE Energy Smart LED bulbs at GE Lighting’s Nela Park facility in Cleveland, Ohio. There are just a few days left to post Instagram pics of your favorite landmarks and lighting with the tag #GELights, for the chance to win a trip to London and a lighting home makeover from GE! Photos must be posted between July 27th and August 12th to be eligible, and voting is open until August 19th. Good luck!
A scene from Chateau Lake Louise, in Banff National Park, Canada. The lighting of the formal gardens features GE PulseArc Multi-Vapor metal halide lamps, providing soft pools of light for pedestrians traveling between the waterfront and the hotel. Don’t forget to post a nighttime photo of your favorite monument or landmark with the hashtag #GELights before August 12th, for the chance to win a trip to London and a lighting home makeover from GE!
The United States Air Force Memorial in Arlington, Virginia, illuminated by GE Lighting technology. Don’t forget to submit a nighttime photo of your favorite monument for the chance to win a trip to London and a lighting home makeover from GE. Post your pics between now and August 12th, with the hashtag #GELights to enter. The photo with the most likes will win!