Paul Nulty, Joe Vose, and Derek Goldsmith find new uses for the iconic luminaires.Read More
The Designers Lighting Forum of New York will present LEDucation9, its annual solid-state lighting trade show, March 5 -6 in New York City. Read More
Association members are asked to vote by March 9 regarding proposed changes to several articles within its bylaws.Read More
Active participation among the membership resulted in a tie, and required a run-off vote to select the third director at large position.Read More
New luminaires from Acolyte, Blackjack Lighting, and Electrix.Read More
Nominations for the IALD College of Fellows Class of 2015 will be accepted until March 15, 2015. Read More
Products from Cree, Juno Lighting, Lumenpulse, and Tegan LightingRead More
Jean Sundin of Office for Visual Interaction shares her thoughts on lighting design in this One-on-One interview.View
A new survey of 1,000 adults in the U.S. found that more than half of consumers still associate the technology primarily with holiday lights.Read More
L’Observatoire International has designed an integrated lighting scheme for the Metropolitan Museum of Art that reveals the depth of the building’s Beaux-Arts façade and assists wayfinding in its new Olin-designed plaza.Read More
These 11 winning projects show lighting at the top of its game
AL received more than 450 lighting-related products for consideration for our annual product issue, which we narrowed down to 150.
Pre- and Post-show coverage
Extensive pre- and post-show coverage.
A collection of articles on the topic of daylighting from our archive.
A collection of articles on the artist’s work from Architectural Lighting’s archive.
Interview with lighting designer Denise Fong, principal at Seattle area lighting firm Candela.
Interview with Derek Porter, principal of Derek Porter Studio and director of the MFA lighting design program at Parsons The New School of...
One-on-One interview with Mike Watson, vice president of product strategy at Cree.
Paul Nulty, Joe Vose, and Derek Goldsmith find new uses for the iconic luminaires.
New luminaires from Acolyte, Blackjack Lighting, and Electrix.
Products from Cree, Juno Lighting, Lumenpulse, and Tegan Lighting
Relighting the facade and plaza of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, restoring Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals using only light, outdoor lighting products, changes in screen technologies dictate evolution of lighting for workplaces, LEDs move into streetlighting, and a one-on-one talk with Candela's...
L’Observatoire International has designed an integrated lighting scheme for the Metropolitan Museum of Art that reveals the depth of the...
A cutting-edge conservation tool uses light to erase 50 years of damage to Harvard University’s famed murals by Mark Rothko.
Along with their energy-sparing advantages over high-pressure sodium, LEDs’ color temperature brightens outdoor spaces in ways that can...
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