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Articles from LD+A Magazine (November 1, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
A new gilded age: classic chandeliers combine with newer light sources to restore the grandeur of two civil War-era institutions in Philadelphia. Barr, Vilma 2011
Anatomy of an award: IES Illumination award of merit. Hall, Elizabeth 183
And the award goes to ... 118
Blinded by the white. Heinmiller, Glenn Letter to the editor 142
Editorial. Tarricine, Paul Editorial 421
Events. Calendar 1415
IES hits the road. 170
Justice in the balance: at the Durham consolidated courthouse, designers took a measured approach to lighting - saving watts in some areas and splurging in others. Hall, Elizabeth 1372
Light bulb wars, part trois: the phase-out of you know what isn't the only burning issue on the hill. Horner, Bob 930
Look North to find the bottom line. Veitch, Jennifer A. Letter to the editor 164
Master juggler: lighting designer, educator and advocate Charles Cameron balances the demands of a new firm, a new school and a new position at IES. Lowe, Roslyn Interview 941
Member mentions. 131
Membership: committee chair Fred Hasler announced the IES gained two Sustaining Members and 123 Members (M), Associates and Student members in September. 932
Metrics miss the point: study after study show that good lighting is not just a measure of meeting illuminance recommendations and energy codes. Warren, Willard L. 962
Numbers game. Conference notes 105
Obituary. Obituary 211
Out of the archive: November 1983. 375
Power to the people: access to views and natural light isn't just for executives at the CalSTRS headquarters. Hall, Elizabeth 1369
Products + literature. 851
Reports and standards recently released. 194
Revisionist history: designers were not chained to the past when remaking a fire--ravaged building at a prestigious prep school in New York. Tarricone, Paul 1451
SALC turns 30 in the big easy. 199
Seeing beyond CRI: the industry faces a color quality challenge with the advent of LEDs. Near, Al 1363
Smart corridors light the way to energy efficiency: managing the lighting in secondary spaces such as stairwells, lobbies and service rooms based on occupancy can carve a big chunk out of overall energy use. Graeber, Nicole; Papamichael, Konstantinos 1369
Stairway to savings. Hall, Elizabeth 448
Sustaining members. 543
The road to 1,100 Nova Scotia's LED streetlight conversion. Tarricone, Paul 286

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