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  • Spring 2008 LED Supplement

    Spring 2008 LED Supplement

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    Part of an on-going series of public programs presented by the Museum of Arts & Design in New York City that reflect on the connections between architecture and issues of sustainability, history, culture, and politics, on April 3, 2008, architectural historian Dietrich Neumann spoke about the...

  • Square Peg, Round Hole

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  • Daylight & Architecture

  • Outside Is Inside

    Exploring lighting's impact on the spatial parameters of an elevator cab was the focus of this studio at the University of Applied Sciences in Bochum, Germany. 

  • 24-Hour Scholar's Library

    This team collaboration, for the design of a scholar's library, locates the envisioned project on an actual site in New York City—13th Street and Fifth Avenue.

  • Gordon Matta-Clark At The Whitney

    The mythological-like status associated with Gordon Matta-Clark (1943-1978) and his work, stems in part from his pre-mature death at the age of 35, but should not be doubted.

  • Ample Samples

    Several companies offer tools to streamline the process of selecting materials—employing emerging sustainable technologies, online access, and critical insight to sort through and reduce the growing piles of product samples in every office corner.

  • Arc 06 Reviewed

    the second annual architectural, retail, and corporate lighting trade fair, ARC 06, was held in London, February 13 to 14, displaying in its cross-section of exhibitors, sessions, and ancillary events an engaging balance between the technical and artistic aspects of the lighting profession.