The Architect’s Bookshelf
The National Gallery expands its collection of historic architecture books with the support of Leo A Daly.
BOWLING GREEN, KY.. Some low-income parents trying to further their post-secondary education and become self-sufficient have a new place to call home.
The Three Graces
Cheryl English, Mary Beth Gotti, and Pam Horner connect some of the industry's largest manufacturers to the design community and beyond
People + Projects + Products
nnovation is most often associated with introducing something that is new, but it also represents the ability to effect change. And it is that daring to imagine something different that is at the root of ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING's Sixth Annual Innovation Issue. No matter the person, the project, or...
The Pursuit of Passion
There are no hard numbers on how many minority lighting designers are practicing, but one thing's for sure: the current number isn't enough
Just the Facts
DOE's SSL Quality Advocates program encourages manufacturers to simplify information about LED products for consumers.
MacArthur Foundation Names New President
Robert Gallucci, dean of the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, will take over as president of the MacArthur Foundation on July 1.
HUD Pushes Childhood Education with HOPE VI
For the first time, public housing authorities are being encouraged to incorporate early childhood education components into their HOPE VI projects.
Aimco Joins with NLHA to Provide Scholarships for Low-Income Residents
Apartment Investment and Management Co. (Aimco), one of the largest multifamily owners and managers, is establishing the Aimco Cares Opportunity Scholarship to provide funds for residents of affordable housing to attend college
The Skylight Series
Velux promotes daylighting through a number of sponsored studios