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Housing Addiction

February 18, 2014

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I have come to realize that I have a housing addiction, and at anytime now, friends and family might try to pull off an intervention. Please don’t misunderstand, I’m not running around buying and trading homes. Not that type of housing addiction. My addiction is to be involved in helping people improve their living environment […]

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Yesterday’s Fixture Sample, Tomorrows Donation

January 28, 2014

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This blog is not about the need to keep recyclables out of our landfills to protect the environment.  As architects, designers and LEED AP’s we know how important those goals are. This blog is about how recycling can be used for the benefit of others. For most architectural lighting projects we design, during the early […]

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Radical Reversal

July 11, 2013

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Last week I had the opportunity to travel to Inez, Kentucky with a group of 22 adults and youth to repair homes for the families of Martin County. I have been fortunate to make this trip for eight years, and these trips have had a dramatic effect on shaping and often reshaping my priorities. When […]

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