Gideon Fink Shapiro
James Carpenter Design Associates, Grimshaw, and Arup design a giant daylight reflector that draws eyes to the sky.Read More
Italian lighting company Luceplan and Belgian architectural lighting manufacturer Modular have opened a new co-branded showroom in Soho in New York City.Read More
New York lighting studio, Tillett Lighting Design Associates, has named Alex Pappas Kalber as a new associate.Read More
Despite an early spring snow storm, The Designers Lighting Forum of New York’s annual solid-state lighting tradeshow, LEDucation, drew more than 3,000 attendees over the course of the two-day expo. Read More
London firm Paul Nulty Lighting Design's “Anamorphosis” topped the competition.Read More
The onset of LEDs in lighting has brought manufacturers and designers back to the drawing board to discuss an age-old problem. This is the first in a multipart series on critical issues surrounding solid-state lighting.Read More
Ann Reo has joined Soraa as a senior vice president of product development.Read More
The “PhosWords of the Year 2015” competition is an open call to contribute to a new vocabulary and dialogue about light and lighting.Read More
MechoSystems, a leading commercial solar shade company has entered into an acquisition agreement with Springs Window Systems, the world’s second largest provider of custom window covering products.Read More
Mark Pugh has been appointed vice president of marketing for the high-performance LED manufacturer.Read More
L’Observatoire International has designed an integrated lighting scheme for the Metropolitan Museum of Art that reveals the depth of the building’s Beaux-Arts façade and assists wayfinding in its new Olin-designed plaza.Read More
Lighting related photos will be posted through the end of July during this six month initiative geared toward students and emerging professionals.Read More
Teams from Germany, the Philippines, and Singapore round out the four winning proposals.Read More
A mathematically inspired light wall references the transient nature of an underground commuter byway.Read More
Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg
Research supports daylighting's positive effect on building performance and human health.Read More
Panel and fixture makers are developing luminaires that show off the potential for the still-niche technology.Read More
Timothy A. Schuler
Moldable silicones and other nascent technologies are setting the stage for more freedom in design.Read More
As LEDs become the predominant light source in the industry’s product offerings, the rate at which the technology is advancing shows no signs of slowing. What that means for lighting designers and lighting manufacturers alike.Read More
Interview with Stephen Selkowitz, group leader in the Windows and Building Envelope Materials group and senior adviser for Building Science at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.Read More
Despite the program having completed its beta-testing stage, many lighting designers are still unaware of the initiative’s developments.Read More
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Panel and fixture makers are developing luminaires that show off the potential for the still-niche technology.
A mathematically inspired light wall references the transient nature of an underground commuter byway.
As LEDs become the predominant light source in the industry’s product offerings, the rate at which the technology is advancing shows no signs of slowing. What that means for lighting designers and lighting manufacturers alike.
James Carpenter Design Associates, Grimshaw, and Arup design a giant daylight reflector that draws eyes to the sky.
Ann Reo has joined Soraa as a senior vice president of product development.
The “PhosWords of the Year 2015” competition is an open call to contribute to a new vocabulary and dialogue about light and lighting.
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