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  • Lightfair 2004: From the Floor

    James Benya reviews Lightfair 2004 product offerings, from lamps to daylight integration systems.

  • An American in Frankfurt

    among a small legion of american lighting designers, I attended Light+Building 2004 in Frankfurt, Germany, from April 18 to 22. While some attend every other year (it is a biennial event), I admit to rarely attending shows outside the United States. Maybe it is the time commitment or the multiple...

  • Lightfair Exchange

    ann kale, principal | ann kale associates

  • Lightfair 2004

    The design industry gathered last week, from March 31 to April 2, in Las Vegas for Lightfair International 2004, the annual tradeshow and conference dedicated to architectural and commercial lighting.

  • ALMC 2004 Speakers Include Top Lighting Practitioners

    Architectural Lighting Master Class (ALMC) 2004, a lighting education conference directed at architects and other members of the design community, took place on March 11 and 12 in New York City. The event drew over 200 participants, and a speaker lineup of top industry professionals.

  • Bridges in Light' Calls Our Industry to Action

    in october 2003, the lighting research center held 'bridges in light: the first continental congress of lighting' in historic Saratoga Springs, New York. It attracted a moderately sized audience of lighting industry leaders, dominated by major manufacturers. Among the many different conferences in...

  • A Call to Action

    "The Year of Awareness: A Call to Action" was the theme for enlighten 2006, the International Association of Lighting Designers' (IALD) annual education conference. Held at the Rancho Bernardo Inn in San Diego, the sunny location made an equally strong impression on the 200-plus attendees, as did...

  • A Magical Mystery Lighting Tour

    What do architecture; design, theater, film, art, history, and science have in common? Light. The multi-faceted topic was the focus of discussion during a daylong symposium organized by the Museum of Arts & Design in New York City and held at Parsons the New School for Design.

  • State-of-the-Art Contractor: Behind Schedule? Try Another Approach