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SEPTEMBER 2019 TABLE OF CONTENTS | Vol. 49 No. 9

FEATURES

SOUTH STREET SEAPORT: THE SEQUEL
Pier 17’s color-changing glass-clad façade symbolizes the revival of a historic New York City neighborhood

LIVE, SHOP, PARK
A discreetly lighted parking garage finds a home in an upscale community

IN HIGH SPIRITS
A distillery creates a welcoming experience for visitors, from the corporate brand right down to the bottle

PROJECT IN PICTURES: FREIBURG TOWN HALL
Custom lighting plays a role in Germany’s first net-plus-energy administration building

TAMING TODAY’S TECH
Leveraging off-the-shelf tools can bring lighting professionals up to speed. A practitioner shows us how

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

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

IN THIS ISSUE

Willard Warren
Calculation Checkup

Gary Meshberg
Data’s Hidden Value

Mark Lien
A Dystopian Future?

Jerry Plank
Product Verbiage Problems

Tom Butters
The Limits of E-Learning

ON THE COVER: Pier 17’s glass envelope houses RGBW fixtures that create dynamic displays for events, holidays and social initiatives. Photo: C. Taylor Crothers

Softcover or Secure PDF: 76 pages
Publisher: Illuminating Engineering Society (2019)
SKU: LD+A-2019-SEP
Dimensions: 8½” x 11″

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