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  • IALD Awards

    The 28th Annual IALD Awards ceremony and dinner took place on the evening of May 18 at the Crystal Tea Room in Philadelphia and showcased the international flavor of lighting design.

  • Philadelphia Magic

    Something was in the air in Philadelphia. Thanks, in part, to a new venue, and hope for a better economic outlook, Lightfair was buzzing. And on the trade-show floor—which opened on Tuesday, May 17—momentum had built over the two preceding days with two keynote presentations during the Daylighting...

  • JLC Report

    Sprinkler foes buoyed by Pennsylvania victory; federal court rejects challenge to revised OSHA fall-protection rules; more

  • Let Freedom Shine

    At the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia, a subtly glowing electric lighting scheme beckons visitors on Independence Mall.

  • Illuminating Experience

    “Styling a Second Empire: A Light and Sound Experience” illuminates downtown Philadelphia during Lightfair.

  • "Styling a Second Empire" to Illuminate Philadelphia during Lightfair

    Philadelphia-based lighting firm the Lighting Practice—working with students from the University of the Arts and sound-system designers from Metropolitan Acoustics, and in partnership with the Center City District and the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts (PIFA)—has designed a...

  • The Anne d'Harnoncourt Sculpture Garden and Parking Facility

    Annual Design Review 2010: Move: Citation

  • Replacing a Slab Foundation

    When the original builder flubs a foundation, someone else has to clean up the mess.

  • Relationships: The Heart of the Deal

    PHILADELPHIA— Four decades of building affordable housing boil down to a single lesson for Robert Greer.

  • Controversy Swirls Around PHA's Greene

    Carl Greene, executive director of the Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA), has taken leave from his longtime job as he faces foreclosure on his condominium and accusations of sexual harassment.