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Mark Loeffler of Atelier Ten Named 2014 LEED Fellow
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Mark Loeffler of Atelier Ten Named 2014 LEED Fellow

Mark Loeffler, Director of Atelier Ten’s New Haven, Conn., office has been named a... More

Get Caught Up on Green Building Rating Systems
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Get Caught Up on Green Building Rating Systems

You may know the forthcoming LEED v4 inside and out, but other green building... More

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One Bryant Park

One Bryant Park, located just a block from Times Square on 42nd Street and Sixth Avenue, is scheduled to be the first LEED Platinum–certified skyscraper in the United States. Designed to house the New York offices of Bank of America (BoA), the building aspires to be a landmark, both for its distinctive architectural form and its energy performance. More

Performance Points
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Performance Points

Earning LEED certification might become easier for lighting designers as they look... More

Delta Air Lines Terminal A, Boston
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Delta Air Lines Terminal A, Boston

Logan International Airport in Boston currently ranks 20th in the nation in... More

A Model for Outdoor Lighting Ordinances
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A Model for Outdoor Lighting Ordinances

COMMUNITIES AND STATES ARE INCREASINGLY RECOGNIZING THE BENEFITS OF establishing... More

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Delray Lighting | Swing

This T5 and T5HO linear fluorescent fixture, offered in ceiling, wall, or pendant versions, is energy-code compliant and suitable for projects applying for LEED certification. Its slim 1-inch-wide by 2-inch-high profile and solid surface make for clean uninterrupted lines. The pendant version can be adjusted to a maximum of 8 feet. Dimming and emergency options, as well as a variety of trim families, such as perforated shields, direct/indirect asymmetrical diffusers, and downlight lenses and louvers, are available. www.delraylighting.com More

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Daylighting-LEED Has Made All the Difference

Someone brought me a copy of A|L recently, and the article, 'One Word: Daylight' (Jan/Feb 2004, page 17), made me smile. Evidently I had just returned from that daylighting conference back in 1986 when I wrote the editorial for the January 1987 issue (Vol. 1, No. 1). More

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