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  • Masterpiece Lighting Showroom Opens in Atlanta

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    Designed to expand the lighting specifier?s knowledge of light and color in outdoor environments, this civic event will take place in historic Olde Town Conyers, Georgia, and the design outcome will be open to the public on November 10 and 11, 2006.

  • Festival of Lights

    Dutch architectural lighting designer Rogier van der Heide, the associate director and global leader of Arup Lighting, will be the keynote speaker at

  • Measuring Daylight at High Museum

    This Atlanta museum wanted daylight-but not too much. The design team, using advanced software to chart the sun's path at different times of the year, implemented a comprehensive plan to control natural light in the building.

  • Predicting Daylight at High Museum: The Technology

    Different computer software tools were used to predict the daylight conditions at High Museum in Atlanta. These programs aided the architects and lighting designers in their decision-making process regarding corrective daylighting measures, and also broke new ground in the presentation of technical...

  • A Sculptural Approach to Daylight

    In the new addition to Atlanta's High Museum, Renzo Piano and Arup Lighting create a daylighting system as artistic as the artwork it illuminates-but the process was thoroughly scientific.

  • In the News

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  • NuRock teams with nonprofit to aid victims ofdomestic abuse

    Canton, Ga. -‘You could hang glide out here,” said affordable housing developer Rob Hoskins, referring to the open space and picturesque hills of this bedroom community located 40 miles north of Atlanta and minutes from mountains the Cherokee Indians called “The Great Blue Hills of God.”

  • Inclusionary Zoning Catches On

    Editor’s note: The following is a transcript of an Editorial Forum held by Hanley Wood, LLC, the publisher of Affordable Housing Finance and Apartment Finance Today magazines, in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 12.