The showroom at City Lights in San Francisco has changed a fair bit over the last decade – the shelf space for replacement bulbs has steadily shrunk, while the number of fixtures on display has grown by leaps and bounds. There’s a lot of tradeoffs between purpose-built LED luminaires and something more modular. Michael, Greg, and our guests this episode get into the tradeoffs between treating lighting like an appliance going into the future.
They also learn about the ever shrinking number of non-prohibited bulbs in the California Republic, the withdrawal symptoms associated with a rebate addiction, the power of value engineering in the face of ecommerce, how high high-end residential really goes, and color preference genuinely being a matter of preference.
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