2015 Products Issue
These fixtures bring diffuse light and attractive forms to hospitality, retail, offices, and more.Read More
Internet-connected replacement lamps bring new players to the lighting market.Read More
Nearly 400 products were submitted this year for consideration for Architectural Lighting’s Annual Product Issue, a strong indicator that the economy and the lighting industry remain robust.Read More
IALD and IES public policy personnel provide updates on lighting legislation.Read More
Launched for Earth Day 2015, Philips has added a new 60W LED lamp which retails for less than five dollars.Read More
Acuity Brands has acquired ByteLight, a Boston-based company that provide indoor location software for LED lighting.Read More
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has named Eaton as its 2015 Energy Star Partner of the Year.Read More
Architectural Lighting Staff
Culled from AL's Annual Product Issue, these luminaires and lighting controls will be displayed at the annual trade show.Read More
The company will remain a private, family-owned business led by Ruth Spira and her daughter Susan Hakkarainen, along with Mike Messina, president of Lutron Electronics.Read More
Timothy A. Schuler
Moldable silicones and other nascent technologies are setting the stage for more freedom in design.Read More
These 11 winning projects show lighting at the top of its game
AL received more than 400 lighting-related products for consideration for our annual product issue, which we narrowed down to around 100.
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 Stephen Selkowitz, group leader in the Windows and Building Envelope Materials group and senior adviser for Building Science...
Interview with Ron Schimmelpfenning, director of engineering at Acuity Brands.
Interview with lighting designer Denise Fong, principal at Seattle area lighting firm Candela.
These fixtures bring diffuse light and attractive forms to hospitality, retail, offices, and more.
Nearly 400 products were submitted this year for consideration for Architectural Lighting’s Annual Product Issue, a strong indicator that...
Culled from AL's Annual Product Issue, these luminaires and lighting controls will be displayed at the annual trade show.
The 2015 Products Issue: More than 100 new lighting products in 11 categories. Plus: Inside Billings Jackson Design, the past and present of lighting manufacturing, how new streetlights are changing Detroit, an interview with Acuity's Ron Schimmelpfenning, and more ...
Duncan Jackson and Eoin Billings bring
a fresh perspective—and process—
to lighting design and delivery.
As consumers demand more solid-state luminaires, companies must update their factories and workflow.
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