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The eleventh annual ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING Light & Architecture Design Awards, LEDs and color metrics, we go One-on-One with OVI's Jean Sundin, the winners of the Lightfair Innovation Awards, editors picks from Lightfair, and more ...

 

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  • Comment: Think Like a Jury Member

    Design work has many facets. At its core is the clarity of presentation through all of its components—both visual and written.

     
  • Center Stage: Theatrical Fixtures for Architectural Lighting Applications

    These luminaires from Times Square Lighting, Apollo Design Technologies, and Osram bring high luminous output and color clarity to architectural applications.

     
  • Phil Gabriel, 1939 - 2014

    Lighting designer Phil Gabriel passed away on Aug. 9. A great advocate of the profession and of lighting education, his efforts on behalf of the lighting design community will be missed.

     
  • 2014 Lumen Awards Recognizes 12 Projects

    On June 19, the Illuminating Engineering Society New York City Section (IESNYC) recognized the work of its members during its annual award dinner the 46th Lumen Awards. Twelve projects representing 10 New York City-based design firms received awards.

     
  • September 2014 Lighting Events and Deadlines

    Here is a listing of some of the lighting industry events and deadlines that will be occurring in September 2014. Information is correct at this posting. Be sure to check the respective event websites directly regarding any updates or changes.

     
  • 2014 AL Design Awards Postscript

    This year, two projects played the roles of design-issue instigators: the Lowline and the New York City Streetlight.

     
  • 2014 AL Design Awards - Memorial to the Victims of Violence

    A white-light color palette distinguishes between the man-made and natural elements of this memorial commemorating those that have been lost to politically and socially charged violence.