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APRIL 2019 TABLE OF CONTENTS | Vol. 49 No. 5

FEATURES

FASHION FORWARD
Continuous runs of matching fixtures connect different departments throughout Coach’s new global headquarters

SHIFTING GEARS
Toyota and Mazda’s divergent paths both end at a new North American headquarters

DRIVEN BY SPEED
The newly expanded, fast-paced Echo Logistics headquarters in Chicago is organized around a streets and neighborhoods concept, with lighting to guide the way

PROJECT IN PICTURES: DUKE ELLINGTON SCHOOL OF ARTS
Design riffs at this Washington, D.C. school would make its namesake proud

LESSONS IN THE CLASSROOM
Tunable light could potentially improve student learning, increase teacher satisfaction and trim energy use. A recent pilot project explored these benefits

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

RESEARCH
Circadian Lighting Design: Leveraging the melanopic efficacy of luminous radiation metric

IN THIS ISSUE

Willard Warren
The Power of Personalization

Tom Butters
Mentoring Matters

Mark Lien
Forget What You Think You Know

Gary Meshberg
Quality Boosts Controls

Paul Pompeo
Active vs. Passive Candidates

ON THE COVER: At Coach’s new Hudson Yards HQ, highlighting the edge of floor plates emphasizes the atrium’s tapering volume. Photo: Courtesy of STUDIOS Architecture, Photography by Garrett Rowland

Softcover or Secure PDF: 100 pages
Publisher: Illuminating Engineering Society (2019)
SKU: LD+A-2019-MAY
Dimensions: 8½” x 11″

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Weight 0.1 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 12 × 0.5 in
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Digital, Softcover