Lighting & Controls

Axiom Indirect Field Light Coves from Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions

See the Light

The new Axiom Indirect Field Light Coves from Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions provide control over finished aesthetics by offering a variety of options and sizes with both ceiling-to-wall and ceiling-to-ceiling coves. They offer predictable lighting performance and perfect integration with select Armstrong MetalWorks and WoodWorks ceilings and suspension systems. The pre-fabricated corners can be modified if unexpected field conditions arise.

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ecoustic Ceiling Edit acoustic ceiling tiles by Unika Vaev are

Lighting the Way

The ecoustic Ceiling Edit acoustic ceiling tiles by Unika Vaev are both decorative and highly functional. They fit into any existing T-grid or drop-in suspended ceiling system, are available in five designs (Angle, Code, Data, Dot or Ray) and can be integrated with LED lights. Two sound-absorbing thicknesses are available; the 0.47-in. tiles are available in 15 colors and the 0.94-in. tiles are available in five neutral colors. They are produced with 100% PET (up to 80% recycled content).

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The Crestron installation is a cohesive lighting automation system that allows stadium management to easily upgrade lighting preferences and closely monitor and control energy expenditures for Lambeau Field.

Lambeau Leaps for Integrated Lighting Solution

Using disparate lighting control systems, Lambeau Field sought a solution from one single lighting platform. In operation since 1957, Lambeau Field is one of the most legendary and long-standing sporting venues in the United States. The stadium underwent a significant renovation in 2001 and has added several upgrades and expansions since then. As a result of these two decades of changes, there were over 12 disparate lighting control systems from different manufacturers that were not fully integrated. This sparked the search for a single technology provider that could unify and standardize solutions into one ecosystem.

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Amicus Therapeutics

Curing Diseases in an Inspiring Space

Amicus Therapeutics is dedicated to “the fight to remain at the forefront of therapies for rare and orphan diseases.” It is a mission that is incredibly personal to Chairman and ceo, John F. Crowley. Two of his children were born with Pompe disease, a rare neuromuscular genetic disease that Amicus is working to cure in its new 46,000-sq.-ft. Global Research and Gene Therapy Center of Excellence in University City Square, Philadelphia, Pa.This state-of-the-art research facility is located in the top two floors of a 14-story tower, which was itself a design challenge, because the building was not inherently equipped to provide the security and hazard control required in biosafety l

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Seattle-Tacoma International Airport installed Park Assist’s Parking Guidance System

Park and Fly

At one of the world’s largest single-structure garages with 12,100 parking stalls, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport recently installed Park Assist’s Parking Guidance System to monitor occupancy and provide guidance throughout the enormous garage. Park Assist’s M4 smart-sensor system enhances the parking experience by indicating which specific spaces are available, occupied or premium using color-coded LED lights. The smart system streamlines parking and reduces congestion. Additionally, Park Assist’s Park Finder software module helps users quickly pinpoint their car upon returning to the garage.

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Jefferson Suspension Lamp

One of a Kind

By Venetian designer and the brand’s Design Curator, Luca Nichetto, the Jefferson Suspension Lamp features an alluring crystal form evoking the prismatic visuals of the late 1960s counterculture. The lamp’s 3-W LED module features a Color Rendering Index equal to 90, creating an authentic color representation. Created through a special pressing technique that imprints details on the crystal surface, the fixture is suspended from a thin yet strong Kevlar-reinforced cable that allows for the diffusion of a warm and elegant illumination that extends 360 degrees.The Jefferson suspension lamp is reminiscent of music and iconic images in psychedelic works of art from the 1960s. The vor

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BuzziJet Standing

Bright Buzz

BuzziJet Standing’s lampshade is made using BuzziShape’s acoustical felt material. Its circular and wide shape manipulates soundwaves to bounce back and forth, reducing noise. The aerodynamic design features a curved step attached to a round, flat base to promote optimal space use and extra legroom by fitting underneath desks and tables. It also is available as a simple pendant light with an aerodynamic design,  sound-absorbing capabilities and a powerful light. Ideal for offices and hospitality spaces.  

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Random Solo, designed by Chia-Ying Lee, is reminiscent of floating bubbles

Floating Bubbles

Lodes, formerly known as Studio Italia Design, fuses contemporary design, innovative technology and high-quality materials. Their latest fixture series, Random Solo, designed by Chia-Ying Lee, is reminiscent of floating bubbles and calls people to gather together around a unique light source. Hermetically sealed and easy to clean and maintain, the fixture series is fully customizable.

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Lightblocks Standard Lit Boxes inset in a wall

Luminous Glow

Lightblocks Standard Lit Boxes are offered in six sizes with and without a lighting option with custom sizes available. The boxes come with solvent bonded cleats for easy installation and placement determined by project. Products can be incorporated into ceilings and inset into walls. Lighting panels come installed into the box when possible with final wiring done by onsite electricians. Boxes are lit with LED sheet light panels. The back side and bottom do not glow. It comes in 390 standard colors in a standard 0.5-ft. thickness.

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Park Transformation Creates Sense of Discovery

From a public landfill in the mid-1800s to a world-class public park in a Midwestern city of 100,000, South Bend, Indiana’s Howard Park has become the city’s marquee park. The park has undergone several iterations since its opening in 1899, but over the decades had fallen into disrepair. The park grounds and community center were aging and underused, and the ice rink no longer operational. That all changed in November 2019 when the community celebrated Howard Park’s transformation. Alliance Architects was selected to design the 13-acre park. Alliance Architects’ Bill Lamie, AIA, the principal leading the project, tapped Landscape Architect Kevin Clark, from The Lakota

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