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NBBJ Opens Lighting Design Studio

In response to increasing demand for lighting services and its own internal growth, Seattle architecture firm NBBJ has separated its lighting group from the architecture and interior design studio, from which it operated for seven years, and created a new studio dedicated to lighting design. The lighting design studio consolidates the firm's eight lighting designers into one place, and according to studio head Melanie Taylor, will elevate the focus of lighting to a higher level at the firm and give the group greater autonomy as a practice. Also, Kate Borgner has joined the lighting design team as a daylighting specialist. Based out of NBBJ's Seattle office, the lighting studio will work on projects around the globe. More

Skanska at Alley24, Seattle
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Skanska at Alley24, Seattle

When the Seattle office of Skanska—a global company with expertise in construction... More

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Jeffrey Miller to New Firm

On April 1, 2004, Jeffrey I.L. Miller exchanged his role as director of lighting design at NBBJ for the same title at Affiliated Engineers. He will be based in the company's Seattle office. Miller brings over 25 years of architectural lighting design experience to Affiliated's Pivotal Lighting Design Studio. Miller explains that this new partnership is structured around an integrated approach, enabling lighting and building systems design to be developed in unison and thereby providing a more comprehensive package of information for architect and client. More

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