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“Less Or Else” is Becoming a Bore

By Brad Koerner

Architectural lighting is poised for a dramatic transition into innovative new applications and approaches to sustainability. To summarize this transition, let’s look at architectural history through the lens of Mies van der Rohe’s famous quip “less is more”: More is more: classical architecture in an age with limited technical and material capability. Less is... »

Photo of the Month: November 2009

By Jennifer Pieszak

Autumn’s waning daylight gives way to seasonal celebrations centered on light. Spontaneous Celebrations’ annual Lantern Parade at Boston’s Jamaica Pond brings together a diverse community to celebrate the changing of the seasons on the fourth Sunday of October. A sliver of moon, soft breezes from the south, and a few thousand celebrants encircle the... »