A new IES committee conducted a first-of-its-kind member survey on topics related to diversity. An introduction from the committee on the purpose of this survey and a look inside the resultsRead More
A design shrouded in mystery sets the tone for a restaurant inspired by famous mobsters.
By Michele ZimmermanRead More
The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh has used a “beautiful ruin” built in 1886 to carve out some space for a new generation.Read More
A temporary lighting solution becomes a permanent upgrade for this Manhattan synagogue.
By Samantha SchwirckRead More
Oculus Light Studio used changes in color temperature to guide guests through the ocean’s surface into the depths of the sea and earn an IES Illumination Award of Merit.Read More
Strategies for delivering circadian stimulus in a classroom while minimizing energy use.
By Charles JarboeRead More
2020 demonstrated the importance of warehouses during a crisis. An effective lighting and controls strategy can help keep the supply chain moving.
By David BuererRead More
The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the need for building owners to stay agile and preserve capital. Enter LaaS. How it works and the pros and cons.
By Roshni NairRead More
The author makes a seven-point business case for smart street lighting.
By Cindy BrewbakerRead More
What’s Your Why? How does participating in LightFair shape the future of lighting? Watch these short videos to find out how LightFair inspires and influences the work of five “LightFair ambassadors.”Read More