The Lighting Practice promotes Tara DiLenge to Senior Lighting Designer

The Lighting Practice is proud to announce that Tara DiLenge has been promoted to Senior Lighting Designer. Tara, an experienced designer, rejoined The Lighting Practice in 2019. Her project work includes hospitality, retail, education, corporate, and residential environments. Tara is inspired by the way lighting brings architecture to life. She is fueled by her desire…

Jered Widmer answers “5 Big Questions” about specified connected lighting with inside.lighting

Principal Jered Widmer, IALD, MIES, recently answered “5 Big Questions” with inside.lighting where he discussed the most important aspects to consider when implementing a smart lighting system utilizing the Internet of Things (IoT). Jered also delves into some of the pitfalls of IoT and how to avoid them. Jered emphasized that lighting designers should educate themselves…

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Mia Rosensaft receives LEED AP BD+C designation

The Lighting Practice congratulates lighting designer, Mia Rosensaft, Lighting Designer I, on receiving her LEED AP BD+C title. The LEED AP with Specialty represents an individual who has passed the LEED Green Associate exam and decided to enhance his or her technical skills with a more advanced LEED designation. All LEED APs with Specialty are…

Jered Widmer discusses IoT in LD+A Magazine article, “Shaky Ground?”

Jered Widmer, principal with The Lighting Practice, recently joined four other lighting designers to address the current market for the Internet of Things (IoT) and connected lighting in the LD+A article, “Shaky Ground?” where he offers his own insights and observations about the technology and how he sees TLP implementing loT and connected lighting in…

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…

Telling a Story with Light

Jonathan Hoyle and Lillian Knoerzer, Assoc. IALD, emphasize the importance of a story in the design process. They explore how lighting can reinforce the design narrative and enhance the user experience of the space. Video filmed and produced by Oak Leaf Media

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Materials Matter

Emad Hasan, IALD, LEED AP BD+C, and Matthew Fracassini, MIES, LEED AP BD+C, discuss how material, color, and finishes impact light intensity, fixture selection, placement, and aiming as well as the importance of design team coordination. Video filmed and produced by Oak Leaf Media

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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…

AAPI Heritage Month Reflections

My name is David Jin Young Seok. I was born in New York City as the son of Korean immigrants. Having been born here in the U.S., I pretty much feel like an American that speaks Korean at a third-grade level and eats kimchee. Growing up, American culture didn’t feel foreign to me.  I didn’t…

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