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Convention Competition

Convention Competition

Standout ballroom designs and a focus on public spaces helped turn this West Coast hotel into a business destination.

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Lighting Is the Lure

Lighting Is The Lure

In the hospitality sector, it’s not about lux levels and uniformity. This 12-stop tour shows how designers create drama.

By Kyllene Jones Read More

Seismic Shift

Seismic Shift

Architecturally pleasing and structurally sound, a California high school is now ready for quakes

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A New Paradigm

A New Paradigm

Art—in its many forms—takes center stage at an international talent agency’s Beverly Hills headquarters

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The Studio Office

The Studio Office

How a former pen factory transformed into a multipurpose media hub

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Strategies For Delivering Circadian Stimulus In An Office Space While Minimizing Energy Use

Strategies For Delivering Circadian Stimulus In An Office Space While Minimizing Energy Use

Traditionally, architectural lighting has been engineered to deliver horizontal illuminance to the workplane in order to provide adequate illumination for visual tasks.

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Work and Wellness

Work and Wellness

A human-centric office sets an example in spite of strict energy requirements and a limited luminaire vocabulary.

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Power in Numbers

Power in Numbers

Why we still need women’s groups to build tomorrow’s leaders.

By Megan Carroll and Kelly Roberts
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3D Printing: Can It Work for Lighting?

3D Printing

Can It Work for Lighting?

By Nadarajah Narendran and Jennifer Taylor Read More

Fairytale Ending

Fairytale Ending

With new illumination, the restored Belvedere Castle becomes a nighttime attraction in Central Park

By Samantha Schwirck Read More