Installations That Shine - Focal Point 2021 Calendar
Once again, our 2021 calendar showcases superb interior architecture and lighting design. Watch for our social posts the second Friday of each month to discover the project of the month.
Legrand Announces Publication of Research Study Demonstrating Indigo-Clean Light Technology Effectively and Safely Kills SARS-CoV-2 and Influenza A Viruses
Kenosha, Wisconsin (September 30, 2021) – Legrand today announced the publication of research showing its Indigo‑Clean® light disinfection technology effectively and safely inactivates SARS-CoV-2 and influenza A viruses in a range of real-world clinical settings. This evidence, published in partnership with the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, ...Read More
Acoustic lighting for your office - Shedding Light on Noise Pollution
An unexpected solution can be found in the ceilings of open-plan offices all over the country – using acoustic lighting to curtail the spread of unwanted noise.Read More
Understanding Acoustic Management to Deliver More Comfortable Environments
Design trends, the changing nature of the workplace and the likes, needs, and preferences of employees who are more culturally and generationally diverse than ever are changing the physical space.Read More
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When the non-profit Esperanza Health Centers began looking for a location for a new community health center, one thing was clear: they would go where they were needed most.
Assessing the suitability of a light source in healthcare environments using the Cyanosis Observation Index (COI)
The use of the Cyanosis Observation Index (COI) is somewhat novel in North America. It is prevalent in Australia and New Zealand,
At only eight years old, Coupang is considered one of the most successful start-ups in South Korea and the largest online retailer in the country. The e-commerce company is gaining traction across the globe, now with offices located around the world, including one in Washington state.
Rich history and a cool vibe best describe Eastlake Studio’s new downtown office. The well-known, Chicago-based architecture and interior design firm, who has designed offices for notable organizations like Pandora, Kimberly-Clark, and Cision was faced with adversity when plans to convert the building that had been their long-time residence to a hotel and condos became a reality.
A full-service architecture and engineering firm known for its focus on commercial, retail, and multi-family residential projects set out to push the envelope when designing its new office, using it as a laboratory to showcase its capabilities and areas of expertise while incorporating the latest products and energy efficient designs.
Architecture and Design Exchange (ADEX)
Focused on serving as a resource for those interested in architecture and design in the Dallas area, the American Institute of Architects (AIA Dallas) and the Architecture and Design Foundation (formerly DCFA) converged in a new space to form AD EX, the Architecture and Design Exchange. To create a space that supports their mission – to be the hub for conversations and ideas about how to make the city better through architecture and design – the organizations decided to move to a central location in an older downtown building in the epicenter of the popular city.
The Walker School
A capital campaign designed to provide state-of-the-art academic, arts, and athletic facilities helped one of Metro Atlanta’s top-ranked independent schools complete the first phase of their main campus expansion plan.
Kellogg is breathing new life into a historic building with a modern office, using locally sourced materials.
Designing for the future means getting WELL
Developed by the International WELL Building Institute™ (IWBI™), WELL focuses on the ways that buildings and interiors can improve human comfort and enhance human health and wellness.
Building a workplace with a new generation in mind
Look around your workplace. Do you see sustainable and eco-friendly materials? Is there a sense of community? Are there private spaces for respite or breakout areas?