September-October 2016 Table of Contents

Consumer Appeal Projects Consumer Appeal

Four projects showcase the diversity of illumination solutions for hospitality and retail settings. Read more

Daylighting Model Project Daylighting Model

PHT Lighting Design cleverly imitates natural light for the interior of a hotel lobby. Read more

Traveling Light Projects Traveling Light

DesignAgency’s whimsical approach to interiors and lighting redefines the hostel experience for budget-minded and design-conscious travelers at Generator Amsterdam. Read more

A Titan’s Lair Project A Titan’s Lair

The interiors of a Chicago steakhouse recall a bygone era and pay homage to a turn-of-the century meatpacking tycoon. Read more

Back on the Old Block Project Back on the Old Block

A deluxe homecoming for Barneys New York in Chelsea. Read more

Design + Technology
Smart Shopping Report Smart Shopping

Retailers are adopting visible light communication technology to customize the shopping experience with data gathering and information delivery via LED fixtures. Read more

Page, Reagan National Airport In Focus Page, Reagan National Airport

A new lighting feature for an airport terminal responds to changing illumination levels and elevates the travel experience. Read more

OLEDs' Obstacles Technology OLEDs' Obstacles

Though advancements in the diffuse light source have lagged behind those of LEDs, the technology is becoming more viable for widespread use. Read more

Luminaires That Steal the Spotlight Products Luminaires That Steal the Spotlight

These eight fixtures mix form and function to provide even illumination for retail and hospitality, while showcasing their own streamlined designs. Read more

In the Best Light Briefs In the Best Light

VarioInspect light tunnel wins 2016 Red Dot Award for Product Design Read more

One-on-One with Ann Kale One-on-One One-on-One with Ann Kale

Interview with lighting designer Ann Kale, principal of Ann Kale Associates Read more

Who “Owns” Lighting Design? Comment Who “Owns” Lighting Design?

Is a lighting detail (or for that matter an architectural or building-construction detail) something that should be patented? Read more

Letters to the Editor: In response to “Can Lighting’s Past Be Saved?” Letters to the Editor Letters to the Editor: In response to “Can Lighting’s Past Be Saved?”

Lighting community weighs in on this discussion. Read more

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