Structural LED Lighting Scheme Works Wonders for Kimball Art Museum

Posted by Rob Gemmell on Jul 3, 2014 2:32:00 AM


Once you see an aerial view of the Kimball Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas, you know that you are dealing with an architectural masterpiece that needs lighting that's nothing less than state-of-the-art. After all, the campus was designed over the course of six years during the 1960s and '70s by Louis Kahn, one of the most celebrated architects of the period.


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Topics: architectural lighting, Architectural Design, indirect LED lighting, museum lighting

LAX's LED Lighting Installation Outshines the Rest

Posted by Rob Gemmell on Jun 28, 2014 1:28:00 PM


If you have ever traveled internationally, then you know how impressive some of the world's terminals can be when it comes to creative lighting schemes. For the most part, the U.S. tends to be lacking in the design department when it comes to airports, as Vice President Joe Biden jokingly pointed out this month when talking about LaGuardia in NYC.


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Topics: architectural lighting, Lighting Design, energy efficiency, indirect LED lighting