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Connect Four

Connect Four

LD+A asked a quartet of industry experts to predict whether connected lighting or light and health will generate more jobs in the next three years. The vote was unanimous By Paul Tarricone Light and health and connected lighting. They are the buzziest of buzzwords and the hottest of hot topics in the lighting sphere. But which will translate into more jobs over the next few years? We put that question to a panel representing the recruiting and manufacturing sectors of… Read More

Taming Today's Tech

Taming Today’s Tech

Leveraging off-the-shelf tools can bring lighting professionals up to speed. A practitioner shows us how

By Sarah Dreger Read More

Live, Shop, Park

Live, Shop, Park

discreetly lighted parking garage finds a home in an upscale community.

By Paul Tarricone Read More

South Street Seaport: The Sequel

South Street Seaport: The Sequel

Pier 17’s color-changing glass-clad façade symbolizes the revival of a historic neighborhood

By Samantha Schwirck Read More

Goodbye Yellow-Lit Road

Goodbye Yellow-Lit Road

And hello LEDs. The LRC recently managed a retrofit of high-pressure sodium streetlights outside Albany, NY, which also explored the economics of utility-owned street lighting

By John D. Bullough Read More

Transcending the Bowl

Transcending the Bowl

From façades to concourses and VIP suites, the modern sports venue takes cues from the retail and hospitality sectors

By Stacie Dinwiddy Read More

Project in Pictures: After Dark

Simplicity can be deceiving. The glow of the CF Toronto Eaton Centre Bridge is the result of a technically challenging LED lighting design by Speirs + Major in conjunction with Mulvey & Banani International Inc. Read More

The Presidents Club

The Presidents Club

Those who’ve ‘sat in the seat’ as IES presidents discuss their unique bond

By Paul Tarricone Read More

The Collision of Lighting Design with IoT

The Collision of Lighting Design with IoT

The Internet of Things is an unstoppable force—perhaps the next Industrial Revolution—and the job description for design professionals is no longer limited to the quality and quantity of light

By Susannah Gilbard and Mark Loeffler Read More

Worth the Wait

Worth the Wait

Ready, set, don’t go. A panel of designers reflects back on projects that hit an unexpected detour and what changed once they got back on track

By Paul Tarricone Read More