December 19, 2022 Prize(s) Winners in Light Art Project Company Integral Group Lead Designers Ellie Niakan + Catherine Chan Photo Credits Catherine Chan Completion Date December 21, 2021 Project Location New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada Although appearing as solitary, trees are connected to one another through vast underground systems known as mycorrhizal networks. Through these hidden systems—a symbiotic relationship between plants…
December 5, 2022 Located in one of Victoria’s most historic neighborhoods, the Capital Park Mixed-Use Development is made up of seven buildings stretching across three lots and is responsible for nearly an entire city block of Victoria’s downtown core. The project took place over the span of three phases and eight years. The first phase…
December 5, 2022 This year, the Smith + Andersen Lighting Team received the Toronto IES 2022 Illumination Section Award and the IESNA Illumination Award of Merit for two projects: Grasett Park (Exterior Lighting Design), and St Paul’s Church (Interior Lighting Design). Each of these Toronto-based projects demonstrate a level of design excellence expected by the…
The LIT Lighting Design Awards was created to recognize the efforts of talented international lighting product designers and lighting designers. The program celebrates creativity and innovation in the fields of lighting products and applications.
November 23, 2022 Saint-Jérôme is a key city in the Laurentians, in Quebec, Canada. It is a place where urban living, an abundance of nature, and art installations meet. These three pillars are the basis of new downtown Jardin des Arts project, which is designed as a boardwalk and belvedere opening onto a public space….
This month, LCA explores a lighting control solution installed at SeaChange, a light art installation in a vehicular underpass in Lonsdale Quay, North Vancouver, BC. Lighting control design by Janelle Drouet. Photography by Nic Lehoux. Lighting controls by ETC and Eaton.
Montreal-based Earth Rated is a pet accessory company that has been on a growth trajectory since its inception.
In this article we explore a major refresh of lighting and controls at the province of British Columbia’s legislative chambers in Vancouver, British Columbia. Lighting control design by AES Engineering Ltd. Photography by Andrew Latreille.
The design team at LWG Architectural Interiors had the unique opportunity to collaborate on a pilot project for Accessibility Standards Canada (ASC) in Gatineau (Quebec, Canada).
The Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) has released their 2022 Illumination Award winners.
When a Massachusetts clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company relocated its head office, OLSON LEWIS+ Architects (OL+) was brought in to complete the office and laboratory fit-out.
Like millions of others across the globe, Jocelyn Trott found herself working at the dining room table during the height of the pandemic. With kids underfoot at any given time, she saw the opportunity to develop a coworking space in her community.
Grace in the Kitchen is a specialty food store focused on gourmet cheeses and meats, high-end kitchenware, giftware, and unique food items. When the business outgrew its original downtown Ottawa (Canada) location, owners found a new space – three times the size – in the nearby suburb of Kanata.
Ten iconic trees have lined Stephen Avenue in Calgary between Bankers Hall and the Core Shopping Centre for more than two decades.
San Francisco airport’s Consolidated Administration Campus (CAC) Phase 1 was conceived to bring together multiple airport business units under one roof.
Lightemotion’s consultative approach makes it unique in the field and, during a pandemic, they helped pioneer a remote team approach to lighting that further polished an already remarkable exhibit.