Wouldn't it be great if you could have daylight on demand? Artist James Turrell, famous for his ambitious, pristine work with light, thought so. This past year, when he designed the lighting for the new space of Kayne Griffin Corcoran, a gallery that shows his work, he tried to make the daylight effect achievable even after dusk. If you pay special attention to the gallery's skylights and windows during the day, you might notice that LED lights and specific track lights shine in tandem with the sun to achieve the optimal sunlit look. But if you go after the sun has started to fade, you might not notice at first that the light in the gallery is actually unnaturally natural-seeming. 1201 S. La Brea Ave., Mid-Wilshire, 90019. (310) 586-6886, kaynegriffincorcoran.com. –Catherine Wagley
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