Osram Sylvania continues to light up a variety of architectural projects. Pictured is its recent work with Van Nuys, CA-based Moody Ravitz Hollingsworth on a new-generation Sega GameWorks center in Columbus, OH, which has a club, rather than an arcade, feel. This is due in part to its use of more kinetic 50W PAR-30 and 120W PAR-38 Capsylite halogen lamps as a base. The new design is now standard for the chain, including 11 new properties in the US, Brazil, and Guam. Closer to home, in ...

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