The glass-walled pavilion lit by Sean O’Connor Lighting on the site of a former prison gives visitors full views of an historic stone wall.Read More
Parties to Enter Into Long-Term Partnership Agreement.Read More
The IALD is seeking seminar proposals for its 2015 IALD Enlighten Asia Conference; the deadline is Nov. 15, 2014. Read More
Brian Stacy of Arup shares his perspective on lighting design in this One-on-One interview.View
A precise constellation of LEDs takes shape and becomes the focal point for the Museum of the City of New York’s lobby.Read More
The IALD has named three new members to its College of Fellows; lighting designers Claude R. Engle, Dawn Hollingsworth, and Kaoru Mende. Read More
Mark Loeffler, Director of Atelier Ten’s New Haven, Conn., office has been named a 2014 LEED Fellow by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).Read More
This October, Philadelphia-based lighting design firm, The Lighting Practice, celebrates its 25th Anniversary.Read More
This downtown lobby uses mostly indirect light to efficiently guide building patrons through the space and into an elevator cab.Read More
Suzan Tillotson of Tillotson Design Associates shares her perspective on lighting design in this One-on-One interview.View
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.
One-on-One interview with Mike Watson, vice president of product strategy at Cree.
Interview with lighting designer Jean Sundin, founder and principal of Office for Visual Interaction.
One-on-One interview with Gilbert Lang Mathews, founder and CEO of San Antonio, Texas-based Lucifer Lighting Company.
This family of LED recessed multiples and tracklights is intended for spot and accent lighting in retail spaces requiring directional light.
Lithonia Lighting has updated its line of flush-mounted fixtures with seven models for small spaces such as closets and hallways.
An oval-shaped glass diffuser and riveted bracket puts a modern spin on Victorian-inspired design.
The new and improved Tavern on the Green in New York's Central Park, The Jane's immense chandelier in Antwerp, understanding the optical needs of LEDs, the Museum of the City of New York's Starlight chandelier, e go one-on-one with Cree's Mike Watson, what you need to know about California's...
The renovation of the iconic New York City restaurant Tavern on the Green celebrates its lighting design, both past and present.
For The Jane restaurant in Antwerp, PSLAB’s bespoke chandelier turns a historic sanctuary into an otherworldly dining experience.
A precise constellation of LEDs takes shape and becomes the focal point for the Museum of the City of New York’s lobby.
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