2008 AL Light & Architecture Design Awards

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2008 AL Design Awards: 100th Anniversary of the Times Square Ball, New York

special citation | fixture design and incorporation of lighting technology More

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2008 AL Design Awards: Guerrilla Lighting

special citation | public awareness/activism More

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2008 AL Design Awards: Westminster Academy, London

best incorporation of daylight | daylight More

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2008 AL Design Awards: Underground, Oklahoma City

The Underground in downtown Oklahoma City is a three-quarter-mile tunnel system that connects 16 city blocks and more than 30 buildings. The space, untouched since the 1970s, featured a brown color scheme and mercury vapor lamps. The new lighting concept was “intended as a navigation tool and to be fun,” says architect Rand Elliott, of Oklahoma City–based firm Elliott + Associates Architects. More

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2008 AL Design Awards: School of American Ballet at Lincoln Center, New York

commendable achievement | interior lighting More

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2008 AL Design Awards: H. Roe Bartle Hall Ballroom, Kansas City, Mo.

commendable achievement | interior lighting More

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2008 AL Design Awards: Burlington Danes Imaging Centre, London

The most striking exterior element of the Burlington Danes Imaging Centre in London is a stainless steel mesh screen along the front façade, which is illuminated from both the foreground and background. More

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2008 AL Design Awards: Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, Costa Mesa, Calif.

outstanding achievement | interior lighting More

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2008 AL Design Awards: Creative Artists Agency Headquarters, Los Angeles

outstanding achievement | interior lighting More

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2008 AL Design Awards: Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House, New York

outstanding achievement | exterior lighting More

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