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  • Osram Awarded Primetime Emmy Engineering Award

    Osram Sylvania has received the Primetime Emmy Engineering Award from The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in recognition of outstanding engineering development for its HMI metal halide lamp technology. Osram's HMI lamps first debuted in a television broadcast in 1969 and have since become a...

  • How does the design process “start”?

    For this issue, ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING's annual Light & Architecture Design Awards, the lighting designers and architects behind this year's winning projects share their thoughts on the “starting process.” The topic posed is: How do you start the design process? Is there a clear moment of...

  • Preparing Design Award Submissions

    Design award programs and competitions have longed played an integral role in the architecture and lighting design professions. Recognition of one's work, whether by professional organizations and/or peers, is an important measure for both individual professional development and collective growth...

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    Commendable Achievement | Whole Building Projects

  • Cincinnati Convention Center Renovation & Expansion

    Commendable Achievement | Whole Building Projects

  • The Morgan Library

    With a project brief that demanded no less than unifying three architecturally diverse buildings, strict lighting criteria for priceless artworks and manuscripts, and the creation of new daylit public spaces, the renovation/addition to the Morgan Library is not your average project.

  • Casa Cubos

    Drawing inspiration from its surroundings—the sun, the landscape, and the color palette of Mexico—Casa Cubos is a project uniquely rooted in its surroundings. For this design, architect Miguel Angel Aragonés' own home, the colors of a Mexican sunset shape the contemporary interior and exterior...

  • Temple Emanu-El

    With a great sense of respect and restraint, the lighting design for Temple Emanu-El, a prominent New York City synagogue located on Fifth Avenue overlooking Central Park, the adage “less is more” certainly holds true.

  • Condé Nast Cafeteria

    When the team at Arup Lighting's New York City office was asked to design A cafeteria for a large media company based in midtown Manhattan, the designers saw an opportunity to do the unexpected—to create a flexible space where employees could take refuge from the fast-paced, high-stress work...