Lighting Controls Archive

Wireless-Enabled Fixtures

Several Luminis luminaires are now enabled with the nLight AIR wireless lighting controls platform, which allows the fixtures to communicate wirelessly with other nLight enabled devices such as dimmers, switches, and occupancy sensors...

World Wonder Gets 21st Century Tech Upgrade

Often referred to as a Wonder of the World, Niagara Falls is actually a collection of three individual waterfalls on both sides of the border. For decades, using technologies, from carbon-arc search lamps to Zenon...

Soaring to New Heights

The Port Authority of NY/NJ and Constellation Energy chose FSG to re-design the lights for the Oculus based on a plan by Bernie Erickson, and Mathle Leyes, both with New York-based lighting distributors FSG. Erickson’s plan called for color-changing LED fixtures...

Wellness Painted with Light

As the pandemic forced people indoors, homes quickly morphed into makeshift gyms, offices, classrooms, and so much more. Such was the case with a newly redesigned residence in the Hamptons, where the owners wished to ensure their utmost health and wellness...

A ‘Living Lab’ to the Future

As a smart office solution showcase, Norwegian IT systems integrator Atea, wanted its new building to be able to demonstrate to their customers what they could do with a converged infrastructure and its various “plays.”

Caesars Forum Founded on Flexibility

Pharos Goes All-in with World’s Largest Pillarless Ballroom on the Las Vegas strip. The new Caesars FORUM Conference Centre, the latest Strip structure that continues Sin City’s credo to build “bigger, bolder and brighter,” spans 550,000 sq. ft., and boasts the world’s two largest...

Gruuthuse Museum

At the Gruuthuse Museum, tapestries, stained glass windows, portraits, and artistic porcelain, tell the story of three periods in the city of Bruges, Belgium’s history. The collection is exhibited in a setting that radiates serenity and warmth...

A Whole New Way to Hook ’em

The 2017 renovation of the University of Texas (UT) locker rooms, as envisioned by Gensler, started with a cathartic dismantling of the existing facility. For Coach Tom Herman, the project was about creating the right environment for success.