DIAGRAM: Correcting the garage's lights

August 30, 2011 | 7:10 p.m. CDT
The Fifth and Walnut parking garage is currently the site of a possible lighting solution demonstration. Various photo-corrective films have been applied to the garage’s lighting fixtures to modify intensity, glare and color. To see the changes, the public can drive through the structure, ride up the northwestern elevator, or approach from the north to get a view from street level. Because of the garage’s helical design, each display is located between two numbered levels of the garage. The level six display, for example, is located on the stretch of garage between levels six and seven.

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