William Weathersby, Jr.

Articles by William Weathersby, Jr.
Automating Hockney
Artist David Hockney is well known for his trademark use of vivid color in painted canvases and photo collages. Recently he received an added visual assist
Italian design master showcased at MOMA
The first US museum exhibition devoted to the work of Italian architect and lighting designer Achille Castiglioni (b. 1918) continues its run at the Museum
Circus circuits: Focus Lighting teams with Adam Tihany to brighten the surreal Le Cirque 2000
After its debut in 1974, the restaurant Le Cirque quickly established itself as a treasured haunt of Manhattan's privileged set, presenting four-star
New York state of mind: A Las Vegas retail shop evokes the look of Manhattan Streets
New York, New York. They say if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere, so why not build a facsimile in Las Vegas? The creators of the New York-New
Lumen Awards honor IESNA's brightest
On May 28 the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) presented nine awards to its best and brightest before an audience of 300 luminaries
The house that LD built
Our architectural lighting coverage took off in the late 1980s via editors inspired by the illumination of built environmentsA notable sign of the times
Work force: Susan Brady and her New York design team place corporate interiors in their best light
For New York LD Susan Brady, architectural lighting design is a creatively fulfilling yet serious business. Business, in fact, is a focus for her three-year-old
Manhattan Transfer
Plastics may have been the buzzword of the future in the film The Graduate, but at the eighth annual Lightfair International trade show and conference
IALD toasts worldwide architectural lighting
Presenting its annual architectural lighting awards April 30 at Town Hall in New York City to coincide with the Lightfair conference and trade show, the
Artemide's color kaleidoscope
Making its debut in the US during the WestWeek conference at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles last March, the new line of luminaires from Italian
Close Encounter: Walt Disney Imagineering revamps an L.A. restaurant with otherworldly lighting and space-age decor
For travelers passing through Los Angeles, a new destination restaurant is serving up a creative close encounter. Walt Disney Imagineering (WDI) has redesigned
Rooms with a view: Cline Bettridge Bernstein lights the redesigned Windows on the World
It's safe to say that Windows on the World is the pinnacle of fine dining in Manhattan. Aside from its reputation for upscale cuisine and lofty operating
Lighting that works: A portfolio of recent office lighting projects that get the job done
Performance. Since Lighting Dimensions focuses on all aspects of professional lighting design, the people at work in our pages in any given month might
Law & order: Lighting helps to define space for a relocated New York practice
For many years, the venerable law firm of Davis Polk & Wardwell was housed in a Wall Street tower with commanding views of lower Manhattan. If you remember
Lightfair returns to New York
After rotations in Chicago and San Francisco, the eighth annual Lightfair International trade show and conference returns to New York City, April 29 through

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