Englewood War Memorial

Englewood War Memorial

The Englewood, NJ War Memorial sits at the historic Liberty Square intersection of Palisade Avenue, through which George Washington's army passed in a narrow escape from British forces. Commissioned by the Englewood Economic Development Corporation to develop a masterplan for the city's lighting, Focus began their work with a new lighting design for the memorial. 

Location: Englewood, NJ
Photographer: Ryan Fischer

Englewood War Memorial

Englewood War Memorial

The Englewood, NJ War Memorial sits at the historic Liberty Square intersection of Palisade Avenue, through which George Washington's army passed in a narrow escape from British forces. Commissioned by the Englewood Economic Development Corporation to develop a masterplan for the city's lighting, Focus began their work with a new lighting design for the memorial. 

Location: Englewood, NJ
Photographer: Ryan Fischer

Englewood War Memorial

Englewood War Memorial

The Englewood, NJ War Memorial sits at the historic Liberty Square intersection of Palisade Avenue, through which George Washington's army passed in a narrow escape from British forces. Commissioned by the Englewood Economic Development Corporation to develop a masterplan for the city's lighting, Focus began their work with a new lighting design for the memorial. 

Location: Englewood, NJ
Photographer: Ryan Fischer

Englewood War Memorial

Englewood War Memorial

The Englewood, NJ War Memorial sits at the historic Liberty Square intersection of Palisade Avenue, through which George Washington's army passed in a narrow escape from British forces. Commissioned by the Englewood Economic Development Corporation to develop a masterplan for the city's lighting, Focus began their work with a new lighting design for the memorial. 

Location: Englewood, NJ
Photographer: Ryan Fischer

Englewood War Memorial

Englewood War Memorial

The Englewood, NJ War Memorial sits at the historic Liberty Square intersection of Palisade Avenue, through which George Washington's army passed in a narrow escape from British forces. Commissioned by the Englewood Economic Development Corporation to develop a masterplan for the city's lighting, Focus began their work with a new lighting design for the memorial. 

Location: Englewood, NJ
Photographer: Ryan Fischer

Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavillion

Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavillion

To create a rich backdrop for the 150,000-pound monument, the lighting design team created a 4-foot long replica of the Space Shuttle and pavilion to study various lighting schemes and properly gauge the large scale of the shuttle. By testing five interior tent colors, the team was able to demonstrate that a rich blue backdrop provided the desired dramatic contrast with the stark white Space Shuttle. 

Location: New York, NY
Exhibit Architects: H3 Hardy Collaboration Architects
Awards: GE Edison Award of Excellence, AL Light & Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: Juan Pablo Lira

Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavillion

Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavillion

To create a rich backdrop for the 150,000-pound monument, the lighting design team created a 4-foot long replica of the Space Shuttle and pavilion to study various lighting schemes and properly gauge the large scale of the shuttle. By testing five interior tent colors, the team was able to demonstrate that a rich blue backdrop provided the desired dramatic contrast with the stark white Space Shuttle. 

Location: New York, NY
Exhibit Architects: H3 Hardy Collaboration Architects
Awards: GE Edison Award of Excellence, AL Light & Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: Juan Pablo Lira

Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavillion

Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavillion

To create a rich backdrop for the 150,000-pound monument, the lighting design team created a 4-foot long replica of the Space Shuttle and pavilion to study various lighting schemes and properly gauge the large scale of the shuttle. By testing five interior tent colors, the team was able to demonstrate that a rich blue backdrop provided the desired dramatic contrast with the stark white Space Shuttle. 

Location: New York, NY
Exhibit Architects: H3 Hardy Collaboration Architects
Awards: GE Edison Award of Excellence, AL Light & Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: Juan Pablo Lira

Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavillion

Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavillion

To create a rich backdrop for the 150,000-pound monument, the lighting design team created a 4-foot long replica of the Space Shuttle and pavilion to study various lighting schemes and properly gauge the large scale of the shuttle. By testing five interior tent colors, the team was able to demonstrate that a rich blue backdrop provided the desired dramatic contrast with the stark white Space Shuttle. 

Location: New York, NY
Exhibit Architects: H3 Hardy Collaboration Architects
Awards: GE Edison Award of Excellence, AL Light & Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: Juan Pablo Lira

Dino Hall at the Museum of Natural History

Dino Hall at the Museum of Natural History

The design for the Natural History Museum's new Dinosaur Hall exhibit aimed to add a sense of clarity and definition to complement the Dinosaur Hall and create a lasting impression with the viewer. The intent is for each specimen to stand out on its own while contributing to the overall composition of the exhibit. 

Location: Los Angeles, CA
Exhibit Architect: Evidence Design
Awards: Copper SOURCE Award of Recognition
Photographer: Tom Bonner, Ryan Miller

Dino Hall at the Museum of Natural History

Dino Hall at the Museum of Natural History

The design for the Natural History Museum's new Dinosaur Hall exhibit aimed to add a sense of clarity and definition to complement the Dinosaur Hall and create a lasting impression with the viewer. The intent is for each specimen to stand out on its own while contributing to the overall composition of the exhibit. 

Location: Los Angeles, CA
Exhibit Architect: Evidence Design
Awards: Copper SOURCE Award of Recognition
Photographer: Tom Bonner, Ryan Miller

Dino Hall at the Museum of Natural History

Dino Hall at the Museum of Natural History

The design for the Natural History Museum's new Dinosaur Hall exhibit aimed to add a sense of clarity and definition to complement the Dinosaur Hall and create a lasting impression with the viewer. The intent is for each specimen to stand out on its own while contributing to the overall composition of the exhibit. 

Location: Los Angeles, CA
Exhibit Architect: Evidence Design
Awards: Copper SOURCE Award of Recognition
Photographer: Tom Bonner, Ryan Miller

Dino Hall at the Museum of Natural History

Dino Hall at the Museum of Natural History

The design for the Natural History Museum's new Dinosaur Hall exhibit aimed to add a sense of clarity and definition to complement the Dinosaur Hall and create a lasting impression with the viewer. The intent is for each specimen to stand out on its own while contributing to the overall composition of the exhibit. 

Location: Los Angeles, CA
Exhibit Architect: Evidence Design
Awards: Copper SOURCE Award of Recognition
Photographer: Tom Bonner, Ryan Miller

Dino Hall at the Museum of Natural History

Dino Hall at the Museum of Natural History

The design for the Natural History Museum's new Dinosaur Hall exhibit aimed to add a sense of clarity and definition to complement the Dinosaur Hall and create a lasting impression with the viewer. The intent is for each specimen to stand out on its own while contributing to the overall composition of the exhibit. 

Location: Los Angeles, CA
Exhibit Architect: Evidence Design
Awards: Copper SOURCE Award of Recognition
Photographer: Tom Bonner, Ryan Miller

Dino Hall at the Museum of Natural History

Dino Hall at the Museum of Natural History

The design for the Natural History Museum's new Dinosaur Hall exhibit aimed to add a sense of clarity and definition to complement the Dinosaur Hall and create a lasting impression with the viewer. The intent is for each specimen to stand out on its own while contributing to the overall composition of the exhibit. 

Location: Los Angeles, CA
Exhibit Architect: Evidence Design
Awards: Copper SOURCE Award of Recognition
Photographer: Tom Bonner, Ryan Miller

Times Square Exhibition Center

Times Square Exhibition Center

At the Times Square Exhibition Center, Focus Lighting creates an exciting, yet flexible lighting design for the entryway and transition spaces of the exhibition hall. Drawing on the aesthetic of the nearby New York Times building and a partnership with Discovery, the lighting accentuates the raw industrial details of this unique space. Original floor tiles, exposed columns, and radical changes in elevations create excitement in this subterranean environment. 

Location: New York, NY
Architect: Montroy, Andersen, DeMarco

Times Square Exhibition Center

Times Square Exhibition Center

At the Times Square Exhibition Center, Focus Lighting creates an exciting, yet flexible lighting design for the entryway and transition spaces of the exhibition hall. Drawing on the aesthetic of the nearby New York Times building and a partnership with Discovery, the lighting accentuates the raw industrial details of this unique space. Original floor tiles, exposed columns, and radical changes in elevations create excitement in this subterranean environment. 

Location: New York, NY
Architect: Montroy, Andersen, DeMarco

Times Square Exhibition Center

Times Square Exhibition Center

At the Times Square Exhibition Center, Focus Lighting creates an exciting, yet flexible lighting design for the entryway and transition spaces of the exhibition hall. Drawing on the aesthetic of the nearby New York Times building and a partnership with Discovery, the lighting accentuates the raw industrial details of this unique space. Original floor tiles, exposed columns, and radical changes in elevations create excitement in this subterranean environment. 

Location: New York, NY
Architect: Montroy, Andersen, DeMarco

Times Square Exhibition Center

Times Square Exhibition Center

At the Times Square Exhibition Center, Focus Lighting creates an exciting, yet flexible lighting design for the entryway and transition spaces of the exhibition hall. Drawing on the aesthetic of the nearby New York Times building and a partnership with Discovery, the lighting accentuates the raw industrial details of this unique space. Original floor tiles, exposed columns, and radical changes in elevations create excitement in this subterranean environment. 

Location: New York, NY
Architect: Montroy, Andersen, DeMarco

Times Square Exhibition Center

Times Square Exhibition Center

At the Times Square Exhibition Center, Focus Lighting creates an exciting, yet flexible lighting design for the entryway and transition spaces of the exhibition hall. Drawing on the aesthetic of the nearby New York Times building and a partnership with Discovery, the lighting accentuates the raw industrial details of this unique space. Original floor tiles, exposed columns, and radical changes in elevations create excitement in this subterranean environment. 

Location: New York, NY
Architect: Montroy, Andersen, DeMarco

Museum of Science and Industry - Science Storms Exhibit

Museum of Science and Industry - Science Storms Exhibit

The lighting design for the Science Storms exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry creates a dramatic interactive environment where guests can explore the science behind powerful forces of nature. In addition to architectural and general exhibit lighting, Focus Lighting helped design and develop several exhibits that allow visitors to explore the science of light and color. 

Location: Chicago, IL
Exhibition Designer: Evidence Design
Awards: Lumen Award of Excellence, GE Edison Award of Excellence, IALD Award of Merit, AL Light and Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: J.B. Spector

Museum of Science and Industry - Science Storms Exhibit

Museum of Science and Industry - Science Storms Exhibit

The lighting design for the Science Storms exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry creates a dramatic interactive environment where guests can explore the science behind powerful forces of nature. In addition to architectural and general exhibit lighting, Focus Lighting helped design and develop several exhibits that allow visitors to explore the science of light and color. 

Location: Chicago, IL
Exhibition Designer: Evidence Design
Awards: Lumen Award of Excellence, GE Edison Award of Excellence, IALD Award of Merit, AL Light and Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: J.B. Spector

Museum of Science and Industry - Science Storms Exhibit

Museum of Science and Industry - Science Storms Exhibit

The lighting design for the Science Storms exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry creates a dramatic interactive environment where guests can explore the science behind powerful forces of nature. In addition to architectural and general exhibit lighting, Focus Lighting helped design and develop several exhibits that allow visitors to explore the science of light and color. 

Location: Chicago, IL
Exhibition Designer: Evidence Design
Awards: Lumen Award of Excellence, GE Edison Award of Excellence, IALD Award of Merit, AL Light and Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: J.B. Spector

Museum of Science and Industry - Science Storms Exhibit

Museum of Science and Industry - Science Storms Exhibit

The lighting design for the Science Storms exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry creates a dramatic interactive environment where guests can explore the science behind powerful forces of nature. In addition to architectural and general exhibit lighting, Focus Lighting helped design and develop several exhibits that allow visitors to explore the science of light and color. 

Location: Chicago, IL
Exhibition Designer: Evidence Design
Awards: Lumen Award of Excellence, GE Edison Award of Excellence, IALD Award of Merit, AL Light and Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: J.B. Spector

Museum of Science and Industry - Science Storms Exhibit

Museum of Science and Industry - Science Storms Exhibit

The lighting design for the Science Storms exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry creates a dramatic interactive environment where guests can explore the science behind powerful forces of nature. In addition to architectural and general exhibit lighting, Focus Lighting helped design and develop several exhibits that allow visitors to explore the science of light and color. 

Location: Chicago, IL
Exhibition Designer: Evidence Design
Awards: Lumen Award of Excellence, GE Edison Award of Excellence, IALD Award of Merit, AL Light and Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: J.B. Spector

Museum of Science and Industry - Science Storms Exhibit

Museum of Science and Industry - Science Storms Exhibit

The lighting design for the Science Storms exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry creates a dramatic interactive environment where guests can explore the science behind powerful forces of nature. In addition to architectural and general exhibit lighting, Focus Lighting helped design and develop several exhibits that allow visitors to explore the science of light and color. 

Location: Chicago, IL
Exhibition Designer: Evidence Design
Awards: Lumen Award of Excellence, GE Edison Award of Excellence, IALD Award of Merit, AL Light and Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: J.B. Spector

Museum of the City of New York

Museum of the City of New York

Museum of the City of New York

Museum of the City of New York

The Mapparium at the Mary Baker Eddy Library

The Mapparium at the Mary Baker Eddy Library

The Mapparium exhibit at the Mary Baker Eddy Library at the First Church of Christ, Scientist offers visitors a three-dimensional view of the world at the time the exhibit was originally built (1935). A newly implemented control system and improved LED lighting solution work together to produce a brighter and wider range of colors, and enhance the ability to isolate and point to specific geopolitical regions around the globe.

Location: Boston, MA
Architect: Chester Lindsay Churchill
Photographer: Ryan Fischer

 

 

The Mapparium at the Mary Baker Eddy Library

The Mapparium at the Mary Baker Eddy Library

The Mapparium exhibit at the Mary Baker Eddy Library at the First Church of Christ, Scientist offers visitors a three-dimensional view of the world at the time the exhibit was originally built (1935). A newly implemented control system and improved LED lighting solution work together to produce a brighter and wider range of colors, and enhance the ability to isolate and point to specific geopolitical regions around the globe.

Location: Boston, MA
Architect: Chester Lindsay Churchill
Photographer: Ryan Fischer

 

The Mapparium at the Mary Baker Eddy Library

The Mapparium at the Mary Baker Eddy Library

The Mapparium exhibit at the Mary Baker Eddy Library at the First Church of Christ, Scientist offers visitors a three-dimensional view of the world at the time the exhibit was originally built (1935). A newly implemented control system and improved LED lighting solution work together to produce a brighter and wider range of colors, and enhance the ability to isolate and point to specific geopolitical regions around the globe.

Location: Boston, MA
Architect: Chester Lindsay Churchill
Photographer: Ryan Fischer

 

The Mapparium at the Mary Baker Eddy Library

The Mapparium at the Mary Baker Eddy Library

The Mapparium exhibit at the Mary Baker Eddy Library at the First Church of Christ, Scientist offers visitors a three-dimensional view of the world at the time the exhibit was originally built (1935). A newly implemented control system and improved LED lighting solution work together to produce a brighter and wider range of colors, and enhance the ability to isolate and point to specific geopolitical regions around the globe.

Location: Boston, MA
Architect: Chester Lindsay Churchill
Photographer: Ryan Fischer

 

The Mapparium at the Mary Baker Eddy Library

The Mapparium at the Mary Baker Eddy Library

The Mapparium exhibit at the Mary Baker Eddy Library at the First Church of Christ, Scientist offers visitors a three-dimensional view of the world at the time the exhibit was originally built (1935). A newly implemented control system and improved LED lighting solution work together to produce a brighter and wider range of colors, and enhance the ability to isolate and point to specific geopolitical regions around the globe.

Location: Boston, MA
Architect: Chester Lindsay Churchill
Photographer: Ryan Fischer