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Metalmorphosis: A Magnificent North Carolina Landmark

Metalmorphosis: A Magnificent North Carolina Landmark

Metalmorphosis, one of the seven wonders of Charlotte, North Carolina, is a fascinating sculpture created by Czech Republic-born artist David Cerny and was designed as a self-portrait. This North Carolina landmark is a massive 25 feet high, made of stainless steel...

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Happy New Year from ADG!

Happy New Year from ADG!

"We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year's Day." ~ Edith Lovejoy Pierce As we wind down this year, we reflect with gratitude on the successes and...

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The Best of ADG 2023

The Best of ADG 2023

As we approach the year’s end and prepare for the holidays, let’s take a quick peek at some exciting topics we’ve covered. Here are some of our favorites, in no particular order. How to Light Artwork–The Quest for Perfection: This insightful blog reveals that the...

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Hanukkah: The Festival of Lights and Joy

Hanukkah: The Festival of Lights and Joy

As the winter chill sets in, the nights grow longer, and a unique warmth ignites in Jewish homes worldwide: the warmth of Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights. This eight-day celebration, rich in its history and tradition, isn’t only a religious observance but a time for...

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A Heartfelt Thanksgiving Message

A Heartfelt Thanksgiving Message

Thanksgiving is once again upon us. It’s that particular time of the year when gratitude takes center stage, and here at ADG Lighting, we find ourselves reflecting on the countless reasons we are thankful.  First and foremost, we are so grateful to you, our...

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The Charm of the Painted Ladies: A San Francisco Landmark

The Charm of the Painted Ladies: A San Francisco Landmark

Ahh, San Francisco: the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf, and an equally captivating San Francisco landmark: The Painted Ladies! The Painted Ladies of Steiner Street is a row of Victorian houses in the Alamo Square neighborhood built between 1892 and 1896 by...

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The Columbus Tower, San Francisco

The Columbus Tower, San Francisco

The Columbus Tower in San Francisco has quite a story to tell, beginning with its distinctive appearance. This San Francisco landmark stands out not just because of its unusual triangular shape, but also because of the copper facade that has turned a unique greenish...

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Iconic Landmark Houston City Hall

Iconic Landmark Houston City Hall

Okay, so maybe Houston City Hall might not be the first thing that pops into your mind when you think of a busy Texas metropolis, but let’s not rush to judgment without taking a closer look. This Houston landmark is located right in the heart of the city and is a...

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Light Up Your Life with Sustainable Lighting

Light Up Your Life with Sustainable Lighting

Sustainable lighting isn’t just a glitzy catchphrase. Sustainable lighting is where it's at when it comes to saving the planet and your hard-earned money. With the new national guidelines, household light bulbs must emit a minimum of 45 lumens per watt.  ...

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Spotlight: Award-Winning Architect Paul Williger

Spotlight: Award-Winning Architect Paul Williger

Architect Paul Williger and owner of ADG Lighting Gerald Olesker are great friends and have worked together for over 30 years, collaborating on significant renovation projects, such as the Michael Eisner Malibu home and the historic Tower Road home, originally built...

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The Old Wayne County Building is a True Michigan Landmark

The Old Wayne County Building is a True Michigan Landmark

The Old Wayne County Building stands tall and majestic at 600 Randolph Street in Detroit, Michigan. This Michigan landmark has a story that echoes the rich history of Detroit. Every brick, corner, and pinnacle has a tale to tell, making it a must-visit for anyone...

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