Lighting: in the mood

April 1988
Architectural Record;Apr1988, Vol. 176 Issue 4, p108
Trade Publication
Four applications of new lighting technology are presented. Each project takes full advantage of the new tools where they best solve a given problem, but they also draw on the tried and true: simplicity and economy.


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