Jeff Miller

Bright Future
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Bright Future

As the traditional incandescent bulb fades away, new energy-efficient options are... More

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Rubik Code, Part Two

In the second piece of a two-part series from ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING magazine, Glenn Heinmiller discusses what LEED and the new green building codes have in store for lighting. More

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Rubik Code, Part One

Glenn Heinmiller and ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING magazine decipher what today's energy codes mean for lighting practices. More

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Is incandescent lighting on its way out?

With so many recent proclamations to "Ban the Bulb," politicians and manufacturers seem to have made a cut and dry case against incandescent sources. But is there a legitimate complaint? Are compact fluorescent lamps the solution, as this "Ban" would advocate? Or is it a far more complex issue with numerous factors that go well beyond the simple incandescent lamp itself, which has served us for the last 125-plus years? Jeff Miller, President-elect of the International Association of Lighting Designers, starts the conversation this month. More

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Lighting of Valuable Objects

Light is a common cause of damage to paintings, drawings, books, artifacts, and virtually all types of historic and archival collections. It can cause paper to bleach, yellow, or darken, and it can weaken and embrittle the cellulose fibers that make up paper. It can also cause base materials and dyes used in documents, photographs, and art works to fade or change color. More

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