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- a listing of NYC lighting designers making the headlines

Aug 30, 2009
NYC Lighting designer Howard Brandston takes aim at Energy Regulations:
"Save the Light Bulb! Compact fluorescents don't produce good quality light."
Read More from the Wall Street Journal website
Aug 20, 2009
NYC Lighting designer Leni Schwendinger and dark-sky activist Susan Harder discuss what constitutes good outdoor lighting:
"A Thousand Points of Light"
Read Part 1 from the Design Observer
Read Part 2 from the Design Observer
Mar 23, 2009
NYC Lighting designer Howard Brandston takes a night stroll with the Municipal Art Society to compare High Pressure Sodium and Metal Halide Sources.

Read More from The New Yorker website
Read More from the Municipal Art Society website
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