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Blue Flame Building’s Glow Returns to the El Paso Skyline

The Lighting Practice is proud to announce the grand opening of the 18-story Blue Flame Building in El Paso, TX. The building was originally built for the El Paso Natural Gas Company in 1954 and has now been converted into a mixed-use building with 120 affordable apartments, office space, and retail. The building is owned…

The Lighting Practice welcomes A.J. Flynn, Controller, to the team!

The Lighting Practice is growing! We are pleased to welcome A.J. Flynn to the team in the role of Controller. In this position A.J. will work closely with leadership and TLP’s Accounting Coordinator to oversee the firm’s finances and develop financial plans and strategies. A.J. Flynn – Controller A.J. joins The Lighting Practice with 9…

Michael Barber Discusses Circadian Lighting With Building Operating Management

“If you’re going to focus on human-centric lighting, you cannot have that conversation without daylight,” says Michael Barber. Michael Barber, principal at The Lighting Practice, discusses circadian lighting design and energy efficiency considerations in Building Operating Management‘s article, Supporting Human Health With Circadian Lighting Design. Supporting Human Health With Circadian Lighting Design To support health…

Project Spotlight: Hyatt Centric Philadelphia

Local history and minimalist design come together beautifully at the Hyatt Centric Philadelphia, a 13-story, 175,000 SF, 332-key upscale boutique hotel in the Rittenhouse Square neighborhood.  The interiors, designed by CRÈME Architecture and Design in Brooklyn, were inspired by the area’s Shaker community, who valued high quality and simplicity in their aesthetics.  The predominantly wood…