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Corian showcase magazine
To celebrate the finest works created with Corian—from Ron Arad's Lo-Res-Tabuia-Rasa table to KOUMAC's Resi-Rise skyscraper of the future—DuPont has published the first edition of Possibilities, a free, 52-page magazine that includes 115 images and descriptions of inspiring ways that Corian has been used as a design material. DuPont, Wilmington, Del. www.coriandesign.dupont.com circle 230
Lighting specifier reference
Beta Lighting has developed its Specifier Reference, a 432-page, full-color guide to Beta's complete line of luminaires, including architectural, security, high and low bay, canopy and parking, directional accent, sign, and indirect fixtures. Each luminaire is included, complete with product and application photo, and photometric, dimension, and lamp info. Beta Lighting, Sturtevant, Wis. www.beta-kramer.com circle 231
Planning for a colorful future
Pantone's Summer 2007 edition of the Pantone View Colour Planner, its cross-
discipline color forecasting tool, is titled The Evolution of Colour. The planner offers nine palettes for Summer 2007 for use in fashion, industry, cosmetics, interiors, and graphics. The planner sells for $750 from Pantone distributors nationwide. Pantone, Carlstadt, N.J. www.pantone.com circle 232
Focal Point's 2006 Specifications Guide is completely redesigned and expanded to a 400-page hardcover book. Highlights include a set of indexes to help find luminaires by either application type or family name, over 100 application photographs, and a sturdy slipcase to store the book and new brochures sent throughout the year. Focal Point, Chicago. www.focalpointlights.com ciRcLE 233
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