Chamberlain Group Headquarters project finalist at this year's Chicago Commercial Real Estate Awards.Read More
Leslie North of Aurora Lighting Design and Julie Johnson of LiteSwap team up for a session on the usefulness of lighting product websites, titled "Lighting eHarmony: Does your Product Website make you un-Datable or the Perfect Catch?"Read More
Career openings at all experience levels. If you are passionate about lighting and architecture, have the requisite skill set, and want to be part of a collaborative team, we're interested in you.Read More
Leslie North to join Nancy Clanton (Clanton Associates), Larry French (Auerbach Glasow French) and Lisa Pattison (Solid State Lighting Services) at OLEDs World Summit 2015 for Lighting Designer Panel session moderated by Peter Ngai, VP of Acuity Brands OLED Lighting Design Center.
Leslie North, along with Kathleen Packard of Visa Lighting, will present "A Rainbow of Possibilities: Navigating the Color of Light" on November 17th at the 2015 Healthcare Design Conference held in Washington DC.
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Leslie North and Ashley Mikels celebrate Aurora Lighting Design's 10th birthday during the GE Edison Awards dinner which kicks off trade show portion of LightFair International in New York City. The day's other activities included walking the HighLine, exploring Chelsea Market, and experiencing the 911 Memorial and Museum.Read More
Once again, Leslie North will be teaching as part of Eaton Cooper Lighting's Healthcare Lighting Solutions workshop. The interactive training event will be held on March 26 & 27, 2015 at The Source Education Center in Peachtree City, Georgia.Read More
Leslie North, along with Steven Lockley of Harvard University and John Hwang of Planled, presented "Tuning the Spectrum: Light, Health, and the Pursuit of Happiness", which was moderated by Michael Royer of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.Read More
University of Chicago Crerar Library relighting of John David Mooney Sculpture “Crystara”
Final aiming session completed for lighting of John David Mooney's (http://www.mooneyfoundation.org/home.html) "Crystara" sculpture at University of Chicago Crerar Library.Read More