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on May 19,2011 in Product Review

The Lutron Stairwell Retrofit solution can save up to 80% in lighting energy costs by adjusting light based on stairwell occupancy.

on April 20,2011 in Product Review

The Mouette cable-suspended fluorescent luminaire from Artimide comes in both symmetrical and asymmetrical designs.

on April 19,2011 in Product Review

The shape of Derek Marshall Lighting’s new Nara Bamboo Pendant with its flared top and bottom was inspired by its namesake shoot.

on April 15,2011 in Product Review

An intelligent lighting system from Digital Lumens was installed in the Amsterdam, N.Y., headquarters of Quandt’s Foodservice as part of the...

on March 17,2011 in Product Review

Installation of bright new LED luminaires from BetaLED were an integral part of building and safety improvements made to the 1,700-student James...

Fort Ticonderoga
on January 21,2011 in Feature (Web Exclusive)

Fort Ticonderoga, in Ticonderoga, N.Y., along Lake Champlain, dates to 1755 and was the site of battles in the French and Indian War and the...

on January 12,2011 in Product Review

The new campus building for Reykjavik University in Iceland’s capital benefits from a Zumtobel Luxmate daylight sensor system specially...

on January 09,2011 in Product Review

The Solar Powered Dimmer, made to work with 10-inch tubular skylights, uses a remote control to adjust the amount of sunlight allowed into the...

on December 20,2010 in Product Review

New aLuminate light shelves help buildings earn LEED points by increasing the effect of natural light and decreasing the need for artificial...

College of Electrical and Computer Engineering
on December 17,2010 in Feature

A new $90 million, 250,000-sf classroom and laboratory facility with a 450-seat auditorium for the College of Electrical and Computer Engineering...