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Michael Burgoyne, ASTC, Newest Partner at Schuler Shook
30 Mar 2017 / News
Schuler Shook is pleased to announce Michael Burgoyne, ASTC, as the newest Partner in the firm.
Walking the Walk - Landscape Architecture Magazine
08 Mar 2017 / News
"Fifteen years in the making, a new public space reunites Chicago with the river that runs through it."
Todd Hensley, ASTC, penned this article for Facility Manager about addressing gender identity issues when planning performing arts facilities .
Schuler Shook Expands Practice, Announces New Office
15 Nov 2016 / News
Schuler Shook announces the opening of our San Francisco Bay office and additions to our California team.
Michael D. White, EDAC, Sonia Ancoli-Israel, PhD, and Richard R. Wilson, MD, review the effects of indoor lighting on the health and well-being of people in senior living environments.
Coming Home to Nashville – Lighting & Sound America
27 Oct 2016 / News
Lighting & Sound America covers the first LEED Gold amphitheatre in the US, Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville's new Riverfront Park.
Schuler Shook is pleased to receive six Awards of Merit from the IES for lighting designs across a variety of project types.
15 Jul 2016 / News
Volunteers from Schuler Shook’s Chicago office took time out to help keep our parks looking beautiful.
Renovating and remodeling the original venue built in 1937 into a performance center presented not only construction, but also AVL design and installation challenges.
Duane Schuler’s lighting for opera productions and for architectural environments spans the globe. LA Opera interviews Duane in this article, discussing how he got his start and how he
USITT’s Architecture Commission has bestowed a USITT Honor Award to The Theatre School at DePaul University, designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli.
As part of Schuler Shook’s continued recognition of excellence within our team, Christopher Sprague is promoted to Senior Theatre Consultant.
The Wall Street Journal recently reviewed Bel Canto, the new opera by Jimmy Lopez and librettist Nilo Cruz, with lighting by Duane Schuler.
Five of Schuler Shook’s theatre and lighting projects have been honored with AIA Chicago Chapter Awards.
Jim Baney to Discuss Daylighting at Facades+ Conference
02 Nov 2015 / News
Jim Baney, IALD, IES, LC, LEED AP, will participate in a workshop session at the Facades+ Conference in Chicago, Friday, November 6th.
A Wonder Theatre Reborn – Lighting & Sound America
21 Oct 2015 / News
The recently renovated Kings Theatre is a visually stunning accomplishment, thanks to a dedicated team who gave the former Loew’s movie palace a new life.
Giulio Pedota, IALD, IES, LC, LEED AP, will be presenting a session on IP68 LED Lighting for the Chicago Riverwalk at the LED Specifier Summit, Tuesday, November 17th.
Robert Shook Receives Ohio University Medal of Merit
12 Oct 2015 / News
Ohio University bestowed the Medal of Merit on Robert Shook, ASTC, FIALD, at the Alumni Association Gala October 9th for significant contributions to his fields of work and study.
Two Schuler Shook projects named recipients of Building Design + Construction's PLATINUM Reconstruction Award.
ARM Architecture, Schuler Shook and Müller BBM, won the competitive tender for the conceptual and schematic design of the Concert Hall upgrade.
Schuler Shook Selected for Sydney Opera House Upgrades
09 Sep 2015 / News
Schuler Shook selected by Sydney Opera House for upgrades to the Concert Hall.
Schuler Shook's Volunteers Spruce Up Chicago Playlot
13 Aug 2015 / News
Volunteers from the Chicago office of Schuler Shook spent part of a recent warm, sunny day to help spruce up the Cummings Playlot near Lincoln Park Zoo.
John Jacobsen Lights Scotland Road With BoHo Theatre
04 Jun 2015 / News
John Jacobsen’s latest lighting for the stage can be seen in BoHo Theatre’s production of “Scotland Road.” Read on to see what the critics are saying...
Duane Schuler’s lighting for Turandot at La Scala was on display as the Puccini opera helped mark the opening of Expo Milano 2015 in Milan, Italy.
Michael shared insights about the pitfalls and challenges of renovating a historic theatre during LHAT’s recent regional conference in Des Moines.
Robert Shook, ASTC, will moderate a discussion about how the integration of high technology allows today's venues to present a wider range of performance types.
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