New York architect firm, LSG to build prototype LED streetlights

Sept. 23, 2008
Under a $1.175M contract, OVI and LSG will produce and test 6 LED prototype streetlights for New York City, reports Julie MacShane.
The Office for Visual Interaction Inc. (OVI), an architectural lighting design firm, has been selected by The New York City Department of Design and Construction (DDC) to engineer, produce and test the winning design of the City Lights Design Competition.

The DDC created this two-stage, international competition to select a new streetlight design for New York City for the 21st century. OVI was selected for its LED-based streetlight design back in December 2004 (see "LED design wins New York City streetlight competition".

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