Photographer Lynn Saville comes out when everyone else goes to bed. In the mid-1970s, she moved to New York City to attend the Pratt Institute and fell in love with the city during the wee hours. After the economic crash of 2008, her photography caught the moment in time, with empty-yet-vibrant spaces dotting the New York landscape, which she collected into her newest book, Dark City. Read the full story and see a lot more photos at Architectural Lighting.

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