Richard Kelly (1910-1977) was one of the first designers to focus exclusively on lighting–both electric and daylighting–designing more than 300 projects with some of the leading names in 20th century architecture, including Mies van der Rohe, Philip Johnson and Louis Kahn.

This year marks the centennial of Kelly’s birth, which is being celebrated by the lighting designer community in a series of events. Watch LightNOW for more information. You are invited!