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2014 AL Light & Architecture Design Awards Postscript
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LED Status Report
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Turning Down the Lights
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2012 AL Design Awards: Midway Crossings, The University of Chicago, Chicago
The University of Chicago's historic north campus is separated from its new south...
The recession is taking its toll on an unassuming bystander: street lighting. Across the U.S., cities and towns, from Dennis, Mass., to Santa Rosa, Calif., are having to make difficult choices in the face of drastically reduced or even nonexistent operating budgets: namely, light or no light.