Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg
Research supports daylighting's positive effect on building performance and human health.Read More
After some initial grappling with LED technology, the lighting industry has begun leveraging its distinct performance and potential.Read More
The winning work in the 2014 class of the AL Light & Architecture Design Awards is yet another group of incredible projects in the portfolio that has become this program’s archive.Read More
2014 Al Light & Architecture Design Awards
New façade lighting for an existing office building coupled with a new canopy-covered outdoor plaza creates a downtown urban campus for natural gas and oil company SandRidge Energy.Read More
2014 AL Light & Architecture Design Awards
A new gymnasium at the Gammel Hellerup High School in Hellerup, Denmark, is built below grade, while its roof area becomes a new outdoor gathering place for students.Read More
2014 AL Light & Archtiecture Design Awards
The latest transformation to this historic Alpine church employs a dynamic white-light scheme, which provides a luminous clarity to the structure’s interior.Read More
Renzo Piano Building Workshop and Arup join forces to create a contemporary lighting scheme for the new Renzo Piano Pavilion at the Kimbell Art Museum, one that keeps the original work of Louis Kahn and Richard Kelly in mind.Read More
Named the most innovative product of the year at the 2014 Lightfair Innovation Awards, this fixture offers continuous, seam-free linear illumination.Read More
A 45-foot-tall glass façade and a 200-foot-long canopy serve as the new signature entry features for this casino complex.Read More
A red and white color palette, along with strategically placed lighting elements, provides a sleek and minimalist-styled makeover to the company’s Morristown, N.J., headquarters.Read More
One-on-One interview with lighting designer Philip Gabriel, principal and founder of lighting design firm Gabriel Mackinnon.Read More
The first phase of this curbside enhancement project at Los Angeles International Airport illuminates the upper and lower roadways as well as the entrance into the Tom Bradley International Terminal.Read More
Located near Kronberg Castle, the inspiration for the setting of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, the new Danish Maritime Museum celebrates the country’s maritime traditions through built form and light.Read More
A new energy-saving, maintenance-friendly, high-color-rendering lighting design illuminates the Charters of Freedom and its grand architectural setting.Read More
Solid-state lighting is forcing the industry to examine longstanding metrics.Read More
Powerful lamps, dynamic decorative luminaires, and new integrated technology round out the Architectural Lighting editorial team’s product picks from the annual trade show. Read More
Flos has announced that Jim Toole has joined the company as Vice President and General Manager of the Flos Architectural Division on the U.S. Read More
In honor of Harry Weese’s Washington, D.C., Metro system winning the AIA Twenty-Five Year Award, AL looks back at William Lam’s groundbreaking lighting scheme, as well as at the changes it is now undergoing. Read More
One-on-One interview with Gilbert Lang Mathews, founder and CEO of San Antonio, Texas-based Lucifer Lighting Company.Read More
LEDucation has announced the Call for Speakers for its 2015 conference. Proposals are due Oct. 17, 2014. Full details are available at: leducation.org.Read More
A custom-designed LED-baffle ceiling system provides an indirect, ambient lighting solution for this multilevel space.
A red and white color palette, along with strategically placed lighting elements, provides a sleek and minimalist-styled makeover to the company’s Morristown, N.J., headquarters.
A new energy-saving, maintenance-friendly, high-color-rendering lighting design illuminates the Charters of Freedom and its grand architectural setting.
The Dept. of Energy’s Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship Program is currently accepting applications for the 2015 spring semester at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Oak Ridge, Tenn. Deadline is 5:00p.m. EST on Oct. 7, 2014.
On June 13, 2014, the Dept. of Energy announced that it had officially suspended the L Prize PAR38 competition. The PAR38 category has been in limbo since Jan. 5, 2011, when it was put on hold.
A 45-foot-tall glass façade and a 200-foot-long canopy serve as the new signature entry features for this casino complex.
The first phase of this curbside enhancement project at Los Angeles International Airport illuminates the upper and lower roadways as well as the entrance into the Tom Bradley International Terminal.
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