Nature's Lighting Changes Name To Ciralight
Marking its evolution as marketer of advanced daylighting systems, Utah-based Nature's Lighting has changed its name to
"Age Wave" Demands Sea Change
"Where are my glasses?" "Please turn up the lights!" "That glare is blinding!" Do you ever hear your parents or even yourself saying these things? Sensory loss is common to the aging process, as witnessed by the number of older people wearing hearing aids and eyeglasses. The automatic response when...
Solar studies aid in the creation of architectural form and program for a day-care center.
Process Makes Perfect
High-performance design creates healthy environments for high-performance learning.
Skylights and carefully arranged program elements provide daylight where it is least expected.
where there is light, keep it going,' says alastair standing. more than a motto, it is a methodology that this sole-practitioner architect has been refining through a series of light-challenged Manhattan residential projects over the past several years. First, there was a loft on Broome Street...
Best Incorporation of Daylight
LRC Announces Lutron Scholarship Recipient
The Lighting Research Center (LRC) has announced Kenneth Appleman from Green Island, New York, its 2005 Lutron Scholarship winner. The $20,000 tuition grant, funded by Lutron, has been awarded since 1996 to graduate students of LRC's Master of Science lighting program.
Leviton Introduces its ez-Learn Electrical Training Program
has announced its new ez-Learn web-based electrical training program. Open to all industry professionals, instant online access to courses is available 24 hours a day. Featured courses include: Leviton Integrated Networks' Installer Certification, Video Product Applications, and Telephony and...
Daylighting Design Update: One Year Later
Daylighting design practices are changing at, well, the speed of light. New resources, design tools, and products have improved opportunities in this field in just one short year.
New Issue of Implications on Daylighting
InformeDesign has released a new issue of its monthly newsletter, Implications. The current issue focuses on daylighting, and is authored by Dr. Michael Kroelinger, director of and professor in the School of Architecture at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. For more information go to,