Global Research

CHICAGO 1995

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Orange lights brighten the plains and continue on towards the horizon, creating the Chicago nightscape. Notorious for cold winds, the Chicago nightscape was unified early on with high-pressure sodium streetlights. For crime prevention, the amount of light slowly increased with each passing decade, but outdoor lighting technology in Chicago is considered very progressive.


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Orange axes of light extend toward the horizon. High pressure sodium streetlamps are used beautifully throughout the citystreets of Chicago.


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The highmast lighting pole at the base of the John Hancock building is functional and glareless.


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Highly efficient streetlights illuminate State Street, creating a unified environment.

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