Case Studies Archive

Old City Park

// Sponsored // When the City of Greenwood, Ind., began an 18-month-long endeavor to redevelop Old City Park, its goal was to transform the city’s oldest park, one with a prominent location in the heart of downtown...

Transforming a Basement Into a Vibrant Workspace

White Collar Factory may be one of London’s most pioneering new office developments, but its basement was never intended to become a...

The Elegant Past of Philadelphia

The newly constructed, upscale lifestyle Hyatt Centric Philadelphia hotel, located in Philadelphia’s trendy Rittenhouse Square, has a sophisticated simplicity with an airy, muted palette and abundance of raw wood that references the region’s past as a lumber capital...

A Unique Employee Experience

One of the largest distributors of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, servicing more 22,000 retail customers throughout the West Coast, Columbia Distributing simply outgrew its Portland, Ore. location. Its headquarters were moved to a former...

Creating a Nighttime Presence

Create a lighting design that would transform a colossal engineering and architectural wonder into an iconic emblem of Montreal, while keeping light pollution and glare at bay. The Samuel De Champlain Bridge—one of North America’s busiest pieces of infrastructure...

Designed to Delight and Heal

Animated LEDs in the lobby ceiling, a brilliantly colored mosaic wall, and color-changing light fixtures in the children’s patient rooms are just a few of the details that make the 8-story, 465,000-sq.-ft., Medical and Research Translation (MART) Building at Stony Brook Medicine...

Winery’s Showcases ‘Modern Barn Concept’ with Lighting Design

// Sponsored // Silver Oak’s Alexander Valley Winery decided to conduct their state-of-the-art wine making in a modern, yet sustainable, facility...

Once a Hospital, Now a High-end Hotel

Public advocacy for preservation of historical structures has had a checkered history. It worked in New York City when violinist Isaac Stern and Jackie Kennedy led the reversal of a developer’s proposal to tear down Carnegie Hall...

An Elegant Blend of Old and New

The $115 million restoration of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, in Baltimore, Md., painstakingly recreated the stunning interior of the original 1933 building, giving visitors today the same sense of awe and wonder people experienced in that exact space nearly 90 years ago...

Lighting a Masterwork

From its commanding view atop Fairmount on the Schuylkill River, the Philadelphia Museum of Art has been a symbol of the city’s cultural status and proud historical heritage since its completion in 1928. Its main physical drawback is that there are no open adjoining surfaces...