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Articles from LD+A Magazine (August 1, 2013)

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A page from history: the iconic central branch of the St. Louis Public Library celebrates its centennial with an eye toward the future--and a nod to the past. Falzano, Rebecca 1672
A ripple in time: echoes of 1966 reverberate through a new park celebrating the ideals of RFK. Tarricone, Paul 651
August 2003. 342
Dimming is the bright thing to do: no matter what illuminance levels are needed by occupants for daily visual tasks, or how tasks may change in time, dimming controls for lighting provide the solution. Warren, Willard L. 969
Editorial. Tarricone, Paul Editorial 427
Estimating energy savings from controls: drawing on industry research and case studies, the authors offer some benchmarks that can quantify the performance of controls systems. Meshberg, Gary; DiLouie, Craig 1708
Events. Calendar 1440
Eyes on the road: networked luminaires using occupancy sensors can ratchet up the energy savings for roadway lighting. Graeber, Nicole; Papamichael, Konstantinos; Siminovitch, Michael 1880
Five game changers in five years: energy efficiency is no longer the end-all be-all in lighting. Now that's revolutionary. Lien, Mark 982
Government for the people: two landmark buildings, two different purposes, one common thread. Ventimiglia, Diana 1048
IES illumination award of merit. Ventimiglia, Diana 177
LD+A honored for editorial and design. 153
LEDs for interior church lighting: even the most traditional buildings have come under the influence of solid-state lighting. Here are four applications in churches where LEDs fit right it. Rambusch, Viggo; Rambusch, Edwin 1170
Lifting their spirits. Tarricone, Paul 283
Litecontrol receives research grant to advance OLEDs. 110
New grocer saves energy and maintenance costs. Ventimiglia, Diana 194
Obituary. Obituary 180
Occupancy sensors boost savings at Department of Labor garage. 347
Products + literature. 1036
Projects and people recognized at the 45th annual Lumen Gala. 505
The case for licensing lighting designers: the rapid pace of change in the industry, the bewildering array of products now available and the increased complexity of code compliance mean only one thing: it's time for licensure. Good, Jody 1145
The full environmental impact, from cradle to grave: part 3 of a study continues the DOE's head-to-head environmental assessment of incandescent vs. CFL vs. LED. Brodrick, James 842
Toffee, light and sweet: a deliciously named office building has come a long way since its days as--would you believe it?--a lard warehouse. Tarricone, Paul 720

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