To celebrate the holidays, the Time Warner Center in New York City was decorated with 12 lightweight brushed aluminum stars, 12'×14' (3.65×4.27m). Brooklyn-based Holiday Image designed, built, and installed the stars, which were lit by LD Ted Mather. “The points of the stars are an acrylic laminate designed to transmit as much light as possible, while achieving uniform brightness,” says Mather. Hung from 3/8' steel aircraft cable to chain motors attached to existing hanging points in the 75' ...

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