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  • Lighting Controls Come of Age

    Lighting designers and manufacturers weigh in on the future of this critical system.

  • Remote-Source Lighting—Up Close

    From the Archive presents articles from the past 25 years, with new commentary from members of the lighting community.

  • National Lighting Bureau's High-Benefit Lighting Awards

  • Tight-Space Drill

    With LED lighting and a head length of only 3 3„4 inches, Milwaukee's M18 Cordless 3„8" Right-Angle Drill Driver might make life a bit easier for cabinet installers - or anyone who works in dark cramped quarters.

  • Less-Costly LEDs

    ViriBright LED Light Bulbs offer the efficiency, durability, and dimmability of LEDs at a price closer to what you'd expect to pay for high-quality compact fluorescents.

  • Parsons' Symposium to Address Lighting in the Developing World

    Light is taken for granted in the developing world, and it is easy to forget that, according to the World Bank, 1.6 billion people live without electricity. Students in the MFA lighting design program at the School of Constructed Environments at Parsons the New School for Design in New York have...

  • One-on-One with Daniel Gelman

    Interview with Daniel Gelman, CEO of Lighting Services Inc.

  • Convoluted Layers in the Lighting Supply Chain

    How and why it came to be this way.

  • Lighting the Developing World

    Parsons' Symposium addresses this global issue June 10 in New York City.

  • Boyd Lighting Bento Sconce

    Luminaire sconce modeled after a box to hold sake.