It is an honor to receive this recognition from our editorial peers for Best Single Issue in our category, says Elizabeth Donoff, editor.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) November 08, 2011
Hanley Wood’s ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING magazine is the recipient of a Gold Eddie Award in the B-to-B, Construction/Commercial Design/Manufacturing, Best Single Issue category, for its Jan/Feb 2011 issue.
ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING’s winning editorial coverage featured a multilayered discussion of lighting for exhibits, galleries, and museums and also marked the launch of the publication’s 25th anniversary year and the magazine’s redesign. “ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING has always been committed to delivering thoughtful and engaging high-quality editorial content,” says Elizabeth Donoff, editor. “It is an honor to receive this recognition from our editorial peers for Best Single Issue in our category. It illustrates that our synthesis of architectural and lighting discussions resonates with readers, whether they be members of the lighting community or journalists.”
FOLIO’s Eddie and Ozzie awards recognize excellence in magazine and online editorial and design. In 2011, the awards drew nearly 2,000 entries across more than 100 categories.
“We are proud to be recognized as a Gold winner,” says Russ Ellis, group publisher, Commercial Design Group. “Both our readers and our advertisers know that ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING is the leading publication in the lighting industry.”
ARCHITECT magazine, another Hanley Wood publication and ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING’S sister publication, received a Gold Eddie award in the B-to-B, Construction/Commercial Design/Manufacturing, Single Article category for, “The Future Belongs to Woodbury,” which appeared in its March 2011 issue.
About Hanley Wood
Hanley Wood is a leading business-to-business media company focused on the residential and commercial construction and design industries. Its diverse portfolio includes magazines, websites, e-newsletters, exhibitions and conferences, custom marketing, and data services.
Hanley Wood is composed of four operating platforms: Business Media, which publishes more than 30 magazines, featuring ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING, ARCHITECT, Ecohome, Builder, and Remodeling magazines, along with related websites, e-newsletters, and conferences; Exhibitions, which produces marquee events such as World of Concrete, bringing residential and commercial construction professionals face to face with manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, and service providers; Market Intelligence, which collects and aggregates proprietary data sets that capture hundreds of pieces of profile and material information about housing developments in more than 75 housing markets; and Marketing, which plans, creates, and executes strategic and integrated marketing solutions for its clients. Visit http://www.hanleywood.com.