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
Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson
Through rigorous negotiations and an inspired plan, lighting designer Chérine Saroufim Sacy transforms the Banque du Liban’s Money Museum in Beirut into the first Lebanese museum to use only LEDs. Read More
From crowdfunding to 3D printing, last year’s innovations have the industry looking forward to what’s next.Read More
A look back at some of the people the lighting community lost in 2014. Read More
Higher efficacies and innovative form factors defined the past year’s new product introductions.Read More
Amy Huntington has been named the new president of Philips Lighting AmericasRead More
Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg
Research supports daylighting's positive effect on building performance and human health.Read More
This year’s consumer technology trade fair showcased new players in the lighting market who are focusing on the end-user.Read More
Ingrid D. Rowland
At the Sistine Chapel, an LED lighting system breathes new life into the work of Michelangelo in this revered artistic and religious space.Read More
Bold color and custom lighting solutions combine to create a vibrant new gathering place for students at the Lebanese American University in Beirut.Read More
Marlon Blackwell Architects and Renfro Design Group have designed a new home for the University of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture that illuminates in more ways than one.Read More
The digital nature of solid-state lighting frees designers from wired connections.Read More
The new facility will host programs dedicated to architecture, light, and technology, and include LightLAB, an innovation incubator for the Group’s brands: Zumtobel, Thorn, and Tridonic. Read More
The 2015 Next Generation Luminaires Design Competition is now open. Written Intents to Submit for both the Indoor and Outdoor Competitions are due Dec. 31, 2014. Judging will occur in March 2015. Read More
By its nature, solid-state lighting can dim smoothly, but when paired with legacy technology, some outstanding issues may reappear. This is the second article in a multi-part series examining critical issues in solid-state lighting.Read More
2013 Design Awards
The St. Katharine Drexel Chapel at Xavier University—named after the school’s founder—breaks away from traditional churches both in style and in lighting approach.Read More
The luminous, three-dimensional installation connects via magnetic ends to serve functional and decorative purposes.Read More
CBBLD's design for the Harry Winston Pavilion in Shanghai incorporates multiple color temperatures to bathe customers, and diamonds, in the best possible light.Read More
The legislation authorizes deductions for buildings and renovations completed in 2014.Read More
Advancements in thermal management strategies for LED fixtures pave the way for design innovation.Read More
A breakdown of the lighting indices from the National Electrical Manufacturers Association and National Lighting Bureau.
The Building Energy Exchange is conducting a commercial lighting retrofit survey geared toward the New York construction market. Feb. 20 is the deadline for participation.
The United Nations General Assembly has declared 2015 as the International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies (IYL 2015
Richard Renfro of Renfro Design Group shares his thoughts on lighting and the design process in this One-on-One interview.
The new facility will host programs dedicated to architecture, light, and technology, and include LightLAB, an innovation incubator for the Group’s brands: Zumtobel, Thorn, and Tridonic.
Hanley’s tenure of 26 years is the longest of any of the association’s head-of-staff since the organization’s founding in 1906.
Amy Huntington has been named the new president of Philips Lighting Americas
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