We are increasingly asked to address threshold conditions between indoors and out. In our private work, we harmonize indoor and outdoor lighting to create seamless transitions. In our public work, we design interior lighting to illuminate the surrounding landscape — turning, for example, a pavilion into softly glowing lantern in an urban park — a strategy that allows us to use less light and fewer lighting poles. Conversely, we use landscape lighting to extend a cultural institution beyond its doors – often through the adaptive reuse of an underutilized parking lot -- and suffuse this liminal space with softly lit art and plantings. The public projects featured here are key examples of our response to these shifting and permeable boundaries.