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Jim Calhoun, who runs Northern Lights out in Mountain View, Calif., dropped me a note after he received our April issue. He wrote a piece for us last month on why the less-is-more approach to design is the wrong way to go when it comes to lighting.

He apologized for not being able to contribute more, as business is booming:

Thank you for including my article. I appreciate your continued interest in my work. I’m sorry that I could not submit more article material, however, my business continues to grow (at somewhat alarming rate). I am currently behind in installations and the phone continues to ring. I think I’m seeing a bit of a turn in the economy for the good. The best news is that I still have a passion for lighting.

I’d say that’s a pretty good excuse.


April 16th, 2013 at 12:24 pm

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