It’s our pleasure to celebrate the 2020 IESNYC Lumen Awards projects and recipients. Though a small number of truly masterful projects are elevated, the Lumen Awards program celebrates our entire lighting design community. We embrace passion, extraordinary effort, and resourcefulness in lighting, wherever they’re found. This year, that embrace means more than ever.
In these extraordinary times we join with the entire New York City lighting community in honoring the 2020 Lumen Awards recipients. Until we meet again to raise a glass in celebration, we embrace you and wish you well.
—Lumen Awards Co-chairs: Clara Powell and Adrienne Shulman
Even in these unusual times, there's no lockdown on learning. It's important now more than ever to update your knowledge and stay connected with the latest in the industry. Adapting to the unexpected turn of events this year, we are moving our conference online. LightFair Connect 2020 is designed to support your professional growth and learning objectives. Enrich your knowledge, earn professional credentials and expand your industry connections from the comfort of your home.
Choose from 51 sessions across six tracks, earn up to 61.5 CEUs.
LA currently maintains about 223,000 streetlights with over 400 different designs dating back to the beginning of the 1900s. Over 4,500 miles of city streets are lit for a population of four million, illuminating not only the roadways, but the sidewalks and pedestrian walkways, bridges and tunnels. LA has installed over 200,000 LED fixtures citywide, and as of today, 90% of the system has been converted with over 30,000 remote monitoring devices attached. This has resulted in savings of electricity worth over $10 million each year and an annual carbon emission reduction of over 60,000 tons.
Hubbell Lighting, a world leader in lighting innovation, announced today it has commercially launched a series of visible light disinfection SpectraClean™ luminaires to the market.