LD+A Interviews TLP’s Ryan Conover On Illuminating the Sagamore Spirit Distillery

LD+A Magazine, a publication of the Illuminating Engineering Society, recently sat down with Project Manager Ryan Conover, EDAC, Assoc. IALD,  to discuss the design of the Sagamore Spirit Distillery. The Illuminating Engineering Society is a national organization dedicated to improving the lighted environment and sharing the latest lighting knowledge. Located in Baltimore, Maryland, the Sagamore…

Laurel Hill Cemetery Lights Up American Cemetery and Cremation Magazine

Laurel Hill Cemetery, a national historic landmark in Philadelphia, PA, was featured in the latest issue of American Cemetery and Creation Magazine. The magazine is an independent trade magazine for cemetery owners, managers, and other allies in the industry. The 78-acre burial place was founded in 1836 and is registered as a National Historic Landmark.…

TLP’s Helen Diemer Sits Down With Premier Construction Magazine

The Lighting Practice was featured in the latest issue of Premier Construction Magazine. Premier Construction promotes construction projects from across the UK and profiles the industry’s most innovative companies and projects. The magazine provides a one-stop-shop for construction industry information in an eye-catching, interactive format. In addition to beautiful photos of select projects, the article…

The Lighting Practice is an AIA Continuing Education Provider

Learn with us! The Lighting Practice is an AIA Continuing Education Provider and now offers virtual sessions for you and your team. Our team is ready to share our knowledge in an engaging and informative way.  As a learning organization and leader in lighting design, The Lighting Practice prioritizes educating our employees, design partners, and…

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Context Spring 2020 Issue Features Two New TLP Projects

Two projects designed by The Lighting Practice, University of Maryland Baltimore County Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building and the Sisters of St. Joseph Chapel, were featured in the Spring 2020 issue of Context. Context is a quarterly journal published by AIA Philadelphia exploring the relationship between architecture and its impact on the quality of life and…

Arc Magazine Recognizes The Lighting Practice and 30 years of Achievement

arc magazine, a leading international architectural lighting publication, celebrated The Lighting Practice’s 30th anniversary, team, and portfolio of work in their April/May 2020 issue. The article conveys TLP’s journey from an idea to a large collaborative team through nine project spotlights and a timeline gatefold highlighting projects and milestones from the last 30 years. In…

Architectural SSL Interviews Al Borden on his LIT Lifetime Achievement Award

Architectural SSL recently interviewed Al Borden about his 2019 LIT Lifetime Achievement Award in its April 2020 issue. The LIT Design Awards recognized Al, this past February, for his contribution to lighting and the design community over the past three decades. Al spoke with Architectural SSL about his experience first working with LED technology and…

Veronica Steen Joins The Lighting Practice’s New York Team

The Lighting Practice, a national leader in lighting design for over 30 years, continues to grow and evolve as a firm. TLP’s New York City office is happy to welcome Veronica Steen to the team in the role of Lighting Designer I. Veronica graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Arts in…

Lighting Controls in a Touchless Environment

Before we consider returning to the office, resuming our normal day-to-day work activities, we first need to determine what our new normal will be. How will we adjust work schedules to maintain social distancing? How will we maintain a clean work environment? How will we function in shared spaces designed for collaboration? The answers to…

How to Optimize Lighting for Home Video Conferencing

With millions of people working from home today, video conferencing has grown in importance for workplace communication. However, if you had not previously considered a work-from-home scenario, you may need to optimize your home conferencing space – and fast. Besides having a device with a good camera, light is the primary factor in your video…