Tammy Eagle Bull, AIA
Tammy Eagle Bull, AIA, draws together community and tradition to define an architectural practice
One-on-One with Naomi Miller
After having spent more than 30 years designing lighting projects, Naomi Miller is now approaching lighting from a different angle—that of technology development and application.
One-on-One with George Sexton
Unlike the artworks he illuminates, George Sexton prefers not to be in the spotlight. Rather, he prefers to let his work speak for itself.
One-on-One with Ulrike Brandi
A student of industrial designer Dieter Rams, Ulrike Brandi's work is rooted in problem solving. Her first foray into lighting began with her thesis project, the lighting design for the entrance hall of a ballet school and theater.
One-on-One with Janine Benyus
Championing nature as the source for sustainable design solutions.
One-on-One with John Tremaine
With a family history in lighting that stretches across five generations, John Tremaine is both a steward of the past and a navigator of the future.
One-on-One with Carlo Guglielmi
With a background in economics and finance, Carlo Guglielmi once might have seemed an unlikely successor to architect and designer Gio Ponti as president and CEO of FontanaArte.
Jim Benya discusses residential lighting controls
One-on-One with Hayden McKay
With more than 30 years experience in architecture and lighting, Hayden McKay is one of the leading experts in daylighting and solar analysis.
One-on-One with Len Auerbach
With a career that has spanned more than 35 years, Len Auerbach is that rare lighting designer whose practice successfully bridges the worlds of theater and architecture.