- SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center
See projects, ideas, firm news, and press that exemplify how lighting design contributes to our integrated design practice.
Elegant and environmentally mindful architectural, task, and ambient lighting accentuates the design features of a project or organization’s goals.
- Smithsonian American Art Museum's Renwick Gallery
Reinvigorating a National Historic Landmark
Bettie Rubenstein Grand Salon installed with Janet Echelman’s colorful fiber and lighting installation, “1.8 Renwick,” 2015.
- Beaverton School District
Equitable Prototype Design for Elementary Schools
- Museum of Science & History
Museum Design Engages Waterfront and Urban Edge
- U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Education Facilities Plan
Education Rooted in Culture and Context
- Cornell Arts + Entertainment Complex
Flexible Planning for Community Arts
Ideas+ Firm News + Press
Jacksonville’s Museum of Science & History Reveals Exterior of Future Riverfront Home
The Architect's Newspaper explores the recently unveiled design concepts for the Museum of Science & History, and the impact of the expansion on the museum and its surrounding communities.
Ismaili Center to be Houston's Newest Cultural Asset
DLR Group is leading the team of architectural partners responsible for delivering a venue dedicated to educational, cultural, and social events.
Defining a Practice
Travis Taullie, LEED AP BD+C, LC
"I joined DLR Group as an electrical engineer. A few years later a lighting design team was formed. The lighting team leader felt my skills would benefit that team, and it was made clear that it was an ask, and my decision would be respected either way. I was able to talk to the new team members as well as the colleagues on my existing team. Ultimately, I was empowered to make the decision that was best for me, and I joined the lighting team. That’s how this place works."See all open positions
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