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Harry Winston Shanghai Pavilion Harry Winston Shanghai Pavilion

CBBLD's design for the Harry Winston Pavilion in Shanghai incorporates multiple color temperatures to bathe customers, and diamonds, in the best possible light. Read more

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One-on-One with Francesca Bettridge One-on-One with Francesca Bettridge

Serendipity has played a great role in Francesca Bettridge's career. When Bettridge was a graduate student at the Open Atelier of Design in New York City, legendary lighting designer Carroll Cline sat in on her end-of-year review. Impressed with her work, Carroll asked her to join his firm. Read more

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Defining Lighting Design Defining Lighting Design

In honor of the fifth annual A|L Light and Architecture Design Awards, 10 industry professionals gathered on Oct. 23, 2008, at Parsons the New School for Design for a roundtable discussion. Read more

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Project Team Discusses One Bryant Park

The Bank of America Tower at One Bryant Park was the focus of a panel discussion on the topic of "Collaboration and Green Design" held January 28, 2008, at the Center for Architecture in New York City and sponsored by the AIA New York Chapter. Panelists included architect Rick Cook of Cook+Fox Architects, the project developer, Jody Durst of the Durst Organization, structural engineer Ed Depaola of Severud Associates, MEP engineer Scott Frank of Jaros Baum & Bolles, lighting designer Francesca Bettridge of Cline Bettridge Bernstein Lighting Design and interior architect Rocco Giannetti of Gensler. Read more

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The Design/Energy Code Debate ... continued

In keeping with ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING's editorial mission—to promote dialogue in all forms—it is gratifying when an article prompts spontaneous discussion among members of the lighting community. Such an instance occurred—an e-mail exchange between Dawn Hollingsworth, Jim Benya, Francesca Bettridge, and Gary Flamm—in response to Bettridge's Sept/Oct 2007 article, “Observations From Practice.” Read more

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