integrated lighting solutions that enhance the architectural statement
MCLA worked on Calvin Cafritz Enterprises’ 5333 Connecticut Avenue Apartment Building in the Chevy Chase neighborhood of Washington, D.C. This recently won a 2017 Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) D.C. Section Paul Waterbury Award for Outdoor Lighting and a IES Illumination Award of Merit for Outdoor Lighting.
Architect: Eric Colbert & Associates PC
Canopy Design: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Landscape Architect: Parker Rodriguez Inc.
Landscape Architect: Arentz Landscape Architects
Lighting Designer: MCLA, Inc.
Image Credit: Maxwell MacKenzie Photography
Learn more about LED lighting and color from MCLA in the Electrical Contractor article “Let Us Entertain You: LEDs Impress […]
MCLA’s work on the University of Baltimore School of Law is featured as a case study on Zumtobel Lighting’s website. […]
See the latest issue of Mondo*Arc featuring the University of Baltimore Law Center on the Cover. The lighting design article […]
See last night’s view from 1812 North Moore building, as MCLA worked on a mockup with DCS Design. 1812 North […]
Just before the holidays, MCLA’s work on the Art Wall at the Lerner Fallsgrove Executive Office was completed. Shown below […]
News & Events
The Georgetown GLOW installation “Light Cloud,” by MCLA’s Ted Bazydlo and collaborator Brandon Newcomer, was named in CNN Travel’s recent […]
MCLA staff member Ted Bazydlo, together with Brandon Newcomer, will again be part of Georgetown’s GLOW Light Art Exhibition from […]
MCLA is so proud to be the Lighting Designer on each of these Projects winning the following awards: Congratulations to the […]
Venable LLP Headquarters wins NAIOP DC|MD Best of the Best” Interior and “Award of Excellence” Best Interiors over 25,000 SF, […]
See Maureen’s comments on ”How to Specify a Direct/Indirect Luminaire” in the September issue of ARCHITECTURE magazine. Read the full […]
MCLA is observing Daylight Hour 2017 on June 16 from 12-1pm. Participants are asked to turn off their electric lights […]
MCLA’s 5333 Connecticut Avenue Apartments in Washington, D.C., recently won a 2017 Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) D.C. Section Paul Waterbury […]
The Commons at Stanton Square broke ground last week, on May 11, 2017. This 57,000 SF, mixed-income housing project represents […]
MCLA provided architectural lighting design for HOK’s D.C. Consolidated Forensic Laboratory, which which was completed in 2013. This 351,000 SF […]