Emad Hasan to Present at AIANY Procrastinators’ Days

Technological advances enable humans to be increasingly efficient, connected, and socially and environmentally conscious. Likewise, innovation in lighting technologies, combined with evolving building standards and energy codes, have expanded lighting’s role in shaping how people interact with the world around them. Emad Hasan, IALD, LEED AP BD+C, Principal of The Lighting Practice’s New York office,…

The Empire State Building Observatory Redevelopment Completed

THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING OBSERVATORY REDEVELOPMENT COMPLETED New 80th floor Completes Four-Year, $165 Million Redevelopment Project New York, NY, November 26, 2019 – The Empire State Building Observatory (ESBO) atop The World’s Most Famous Building today announces the completion of the redevelopment of its 80th floor. The final component of the four-year, $165 million project…

The Lighting Practice’s Philadelphia Office Grows By Three

The key to The Lighting Practice’s legacy of excellence is its talented team of lighting designers whose expertise spans multiple disciplines. These professionals bring together their ideas, knowledge, and talents to transform ordinary spaces into captivating and memorable places. TLP’s Philadelphia office is excited to welcome back Jacob Cogley along with two new additions to the…

Celebrating Our 30th with an Anniversary Masquerade Party

This year, October 2019, The Lighting Practice celebrated 30 years of lighting design excellence.  Our team organized a 30th Anniversary Masquerade Party to celebrate The Lighting Practice’s success and express our gratitude and appreciation to our clients, design partners, and team (past and present).  Below are photographs taken during the event which featured delicious food…

June 5th Memorial Wins AIA Westchester + Hudson Valley High Honor Award

The Lighting Practice is delighted to announce that the June 5th Memorial in Philadelphia has received a High Honor Award at the AIA Westchester + Hudson Valley (AIA WHV) 2019 Design Awards. The awards program recognizes projects that have achieved design excellence and have made a positive contribution to the built environment. The June 5th…

The Lighting Practice Welcomes Thomas C. Bergeron, Director NY Office

The Lighting Practice has built an extraordinary legacy of work since the firm opened in 1989. A recent expansion to Manhattan has strengthened TLP’s connection to its New York design partners, clients, and projects. Today, the firm is excited to announce that Thomas Bergeron has joined the firm as Director of the New York office.…

We Are The Lighting Practice

The Lighting Practice, a WBE/DBE certified lighting design consultant, has been a leader in lighting design since 1989. With offices in New York and Philadelphia, The Lighting Practice has partnered with developers, building owners, and design professionals to develop innovative lighting solutions. TLP’s talented team, over 30 lighting design professionals, has created dynamic and innovative…

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After 30 Years the Future is Bright for The Lighting Practice

Three decades ago, in 1989, The Lighting Practice was founded as a place where individuals with different backgrounds, skillsets, and passion for light could come together to make a difference – both directly for their clients and within their communities. That mission is as strong of a driving force today as it was 30 years ago. …

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‘Seeing the Light’ with Virtual Reality and 3D Renderings

Imagine you are walking through your new building for the first time. Ambient lighting illuminates the space, while decorative accents bring home the mood you were hoping to achieve. As you notice how the light supports the architecture and works with the geometry within the room, you envision how visitors will feel here. It’s an…

Ryan Conover Leads Panel Discussion on Human-Centric Lighting

The Lighting Practice’s Ryan Conover will discuss human-centric lighting with Mary Alcaraz, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and Laura Morris, Array Architects, during AIA Philadelphia’s Forum on Architecture + Design. Ryan Conover will discuss human-centric lighting, a concept that suggests carefully designed lighting can positively impact a person on a physiological level, during the Forum on…