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Comment: Preserving Lighting's Past
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Comment: Preserving Lighting's Past

Architectural lighting needs its own equivalent of the American Institute of... More

IALD Fellows Announced
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IALD Fellows Announced

Three prominent lighting designers—Katherine C. Abernathy, Janet Lennox Moyer, and... More

Greenbuild Lighting Preview
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Greenbuild Lighting Preview

Greenbuild takes place in Philadelphia on Nov. 20–22 and three presentations on... More

2012 AL Design Awards: Midway Crossings, The University of Chicago, Chicago
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2012 AL Design Awards: Midway Crossings, The University of Chicago, Chicago

The University of Chicago's historic north campus is separated from its new south... More

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Night Light

Office for Visual Interaction creates an exterior lighting scheme for a Chicago architectural landmark. More

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Jules Fisher

Curiosity may not be very kind to cats, but it is the key personal characteristic that enabled Jules Fisher to successfully apply his extraordinary talent to an extraordinarily wide range of venues. More

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Marvin Gelman Passes

The lighting industry has lost one of its original voices and thinkers. Marvin Gelman, founder of Lighting Services Inc, died yesterday in Westport, Conn., of cancer. He was 84. Mr. Gelman began his career in lighting during the heyday of television as the lighting director of NBC's The Tonight Show with Steve Allen. In 1958, Gelman left NBC to start his own consulting firm, Lighting Services Inc (LSI). At LSI, he introduced track, accent, and display lighting. LSI has set up a section on its website to post memories and condolences. More

2011 AL Design Awards: 155 North Wacker Drive, Chicago
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2011 AL Design Awards: 155 North Wacker Drive, Chicago

Following the tradition of great Chicago high-rise office buildings, 155 North... More

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IALD Call for Nominations, Deadline: June 10, 2011

The IALD Nominations & Elections Committee has put out a call for nominations to its 2012 Board of Directors and Membership Committee. Two positions are open on the committee. The position of chair is also open. There are three Directors at Large positions open on the Board of Directors. (All positions are for a two-year term.) Voting members of the IALD may nominate candidates using the IALD nomination form, which can be mailed to IALD headquarters in Chicago or sent via email to elections@iald.org. More

Commendable Achievement, Exhibit Lighting - Science Storms, Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago
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Commendable Achievement, Exhibit Lighting - Science Storms, Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago

Science Storms, a permanent exhibition at the Museum of Science and Industry in... More

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