The bronze-clad exterior of Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture blazes in the Washington, D.C. afternoon sun, and thanks to Mosaic events the ornate facade shifts easily into nighttime looks. Inside, Source Four Minis light all the exhibits, and Source Four LED Series 2 fixtures with their LUSTR+ array of high-quality color are present throughout. An ETC Mosaic system capable of tens of thousands of channels of control governs lighting in the galleries and is tied into the overall Paradigm system for a cohesive control interface for the front-end of the facility. Paradigm’s Responsive Controls include occupancy/vacancy sensing, daylight harvesting, and more. These, combined with an extreme interoperability that made sure the lighting can interface with emergency and AV systems, made Paradigm a vital part of the building achieving LEED Gold status.