May 1998
Architectural Record;May1998, Vol. 186 Issue 5, p303
Trade Publication
Presents brief information on lighting products which are available in the United States. Details on the Taliesin 1 floor lamp designed by the Yamagiwa Corporation and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation; Information on a swedge sconce from Powell and Bonnell company; Indepth look at a potted lamp plant from designer Helen Hiebert; Detailed information on other products; Contact information.


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