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  • Times Square New Year's Eve Ball, New York City

    The Times Square New Year's Eve ball might have looked somewhat different this past December. To honor the ball's 100th anniversary, lighting designer Paul Gregory and his team at New York City–based Focus Lighting were asked to update the ball's design utilizing light-emitting diode (LED)...

  • Master Plan | Philadelphia

    Innovative urban lighting plans are revitalizing the form and character of the center city district.

  • Utilizing Historic Tax Credits

    Historic tax credits can be a great development tool for affordable housing developers, though navigating the regulatory process can be tricky, said panelists at AHF Live.

  • RBT Student Light Fixture Competition

    It seems fitting that a design competition open to college students should focus on a dorm room. That was the challenge of the 2007 Robert Bruce Thompson Student Light Fixture Competition—to create an attractive, durable dorm room light fixture to address students' general living and study needs.

  • Outside Is Inside

    Exploring lighting's impact on the spatial parameters of an elevator cab was the focus of this studio at the University of Applied Sciences in Bochum, Germany. 

  • Light and Shadow

    Started as a studio project and then continued as her Master Thesis, Marta Felizardo's work explores the dynamic quality of light, the interplay of light and shadow, and how these same qualities might be applied to electric sources.

  • Union Square

    Union Square in the heart of New York City has long been a central gathering place for individuals and families for relaxation, play, performance, and social protest. The density of this urban space is further enhanced as a result of the major subway transit hub located under the park, and the...

  • WYOMING

    CASPER—The Wyoming Community Development Authority (WCDA) is emphasizing the location of affordable housing developments in the draft of its 2008 qualified allocation plan (QAP).

  • NEW HAMPSHIRE

    BEDFORD—Affordable housing projects designed to conserve energy, water, or land will get a big advantage in the competition for New Hampshire’s 2008 low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs).

  • MARYLAND

    CROWNSVILLE—Officials are proposing a host of changes to the competition for low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) in Maryland, ranging from new ways to earn points that reward green, energy-efficient projects to a series of tweaks that recognize the high cost of construction.