These five foot diameter windows, built with a wide variety of materials of different reflectivity and opacity, are lit with traditional front-and-backlighting techniques, along with end and edge lit fiber optics. For the feeling of movement created by continually changing lighting effects, a theatrical lighting control board was programmed with 999 memories and automatic sequencing.
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The Air Window Photo: Douglas A. Salin
The Fire Window Photo: Douglas A. Salin
The Water Window Photo: Douglas A. Salin
A jewelry window with internal fiberoptic lighting Photo: Douglas A. Salin
Another jewelry window Photo: Douglas A. Salin
1990 - Edwin F. Guth Award of Merit, International Illumination Design Awards; IES
1989 - Special Citation, Edison Awards Competition; General Electric