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Daylighting in Offices

By: Bryan S. Rogers, Kerrwil Publications Limited Tapping daylighting’s potential for office buildings has been receiving renewed attention on both sides of the Atlantic. Part of the reason, of course, is the potential for energy savings. But much research has … Continue reading

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ETC Lighting Rocks

The Experience Music Project, a new interactive museum devoted to rock ‘n’ roll’s successes and excesses, opened this summer in Seattle. Like a giant abstract sculpture with hundreds of people inside, the EMP structure physically tackles the sense-bending question “what … Continue reading

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Canada’s Famous Players Theatres

FP 1A trip to the movie theatre is full of expectations. Once the movie reel rolls, the world of fantasy begins. Famous Players Movie Theatres in Canada is making sure that that experience doesn’t necessarily start when the reel begins … Continue reading

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Lighting News From the West

By: Galina Zbrizher I have observed differences between the Lighting Communities of the East and West, which I would like to share with the readers of Lighting Magazine so we can learn from each other. The Canadian Lighting Community should … Continue reading

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Lazord Perfumery

By: Joseph Bigo, Lazord, a 350 square metre (3776 square foot) site, was to be developed as a unique speciality store devoted to perfumes, cosmetics and small accessories. Located in an upscale shopping centre in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, the … Continue reading

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Lighting the new Chateau Mont-Tremblant

  By: Patricia McClintock A new Canadian Pacific Hotel built in the Laurentians is the last “chateau” of this century Patricia McClintock & Associes Inc., a hospitality interior design firm based in Montreal, was given the challenge of planning and … Continue reading

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Campus Center BCIT

By: Galina Zbrizher The newly built 16,000 square metre Campus Centre of the British Columbia Institute of Technology (architect: Architectura, Waisman, Dewar, Grout, Carter Inc.; electrical consultant: M.D. Stanley Engineering) is an eight-storey building that consists of street level retail, … Continue reading

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Energy Efficient Lighting

Retrofitting With A Power Miser When you’ve earned a reputation as an industry leader, you work hard to keep it. If you’re a utility, that reputation is built on low-cost, high-output generation and transmission of power. Now translate that into … Continue reading

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PHOS

The PHOS by Prescolite Wins Best New Product of the Year at LIGHTFAIR International 1999. Prescolite has released Phos/VSL, a new category of surface downlights. Phos/VSL mounts on the surface of a ceiling like a canopy-mount track fixture, but provides … Continue reading

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PARACYL

Paracyl is a building mounted HID luminaire that produces uniform distribution, precision cutoff, low glare and minimal light trespass. The optical system is easily rotated inside the vandal resistant aluminum housing allowing for the adjustment of cutoff over a range … Continue reading

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