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Lighting links the city's historic past to the present and restores a sense of civic pride.
As the nation's capital, Washington, D.C. by its very nature is a city focused on rules and regulations, and buildings are no exception. In "Bathed In the Right Light," a Washington Post article for August 26, 2007, authored by culture critic Philip Kennicott, the behind-the-scenes process of how...
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challenge Glasgow has joined the ranks of European cities employing light as a vehicle for urban design and civic renewal. The City Council's lighting initiative-'Glasgow: City of Light'-not only complements the municipality's extensive rejuvenation plan for the neglected stretch of land on either...
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