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Coloring Outside the Lines

Coloring Outside the Lines

‘Inside-the-box’ applications such as warm dimming and eye-catching façades are well established, but the true power of dynamic lighting lies in more unconventional uses. Here are five examples.

By Craig Casey

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Mission Accomplished

Mission Accomplished

State-of-the-art lighting is the International Spy Museum’s very own secret weapon.

By Samantha Schwirck

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An Eclectic Menu

An Eclectic Menu

Origo Club delivers a lighting plan to suit all tastes.

By Paul Tarricone

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Down to Earth and Reaching for the Sky

Down to Earth and Reaching for the Sky

The lighting plan at a Utah resort unites the great outdoors with tranquil interiors.

By Paul Tarricone

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Carving Out A Place For History

Carving Out A Place For History

Concealed, indirect sources transform a centuries-old campus building into a gathering space with museum-quality lighting.

By Samantha Schwirck

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Inside Out

Inside Out

At Columbia College Chicago, a lighting plan matches the creativity of its students, while connecting them to the world at large.

By Katie Nale

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Flexible is the New Normal

Flexible is the New Normal

A design’s ability to adapt during uncertain times has never been more important. Are lighting controls up to the challenge?

By Matt Ochs

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Until Next TIme

Until Next Time

Designed with flexibility in mind, Arup’s new downtown Los Angeles office is ready to get back to work.

By Samantha Schwirck

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Making a Splash

Making a Splash

Everyday adjectives comprise the lighting vocabulary at the Washington Fish Market.

By Samantha Schwirck

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Time Travel

Time Travel

Two different color palettes help a residence in India balance cultural heritage and the modern world.

By Katie Nale

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