Lighting designer Edison Avery Price died October 15 at his home in Brooklyn at the age of 79. According to his family, the cause of death was heart failure. Price was known for his innovative fixture designs and minimal approach to lighting. He capitalized on the new style that emerged during the 1950s, which involved the creation of more stark spaces in New York City. He was involved in a number of high-profile projects: the lobby of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's Seagram Building; Philip ...

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