ARCHITECTURAL EXTERIOR LIGHTING
GRAN CASINO COSTA BRAVA by b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos and Maurici Ginés artec3 Lighting Design
THYSSENKRUPP QUARTER, by Licht Kunst Licht AG: Alexander Rotsch and Andreas Schulz
HOPE TREE by 24º Studio (Fumio Hirakawa and Marina Topunova) in Tokyo (Japan)
URBAN AND LANDSCAPE LIGHTING
BROKEN LIGHT in Rotterdam (Netherlands) by Rudolf Teunissen
BOUYANT LIGHT by Claire Lubell and Virginia Fernández of the University of Waterloo (Canada)
LA DELGADA LÍNEA ROJA by Sílvia Cruells and Guillem Colomer of ESTAV (Escola Superior d' Arquitectura del Vallès)
|Category||Award / Open to Students / Competition Result|
|Type||International, Award, Open, Two-Stage , Onymous|
|RegDeadline||28 February 2011 GoogleCal iCal|
|28 February 2011 (via Online)|
|Target Field||All types of architectural lighting projects whose building works between 01.01.09 and 31.12.10|
Light is a fundamental element of life and a key aspect of any architectural project. Prizes will be awarded to projects that have successfully met the architectural lighting needs of an interior or exterior space, having created a positive synergy between architecture, interior design, landscaping and lighting. The Lamp Lighting Solutions Awards value the creativity, innovation and sustainability of lighting projects, regardless of the manufacturer or the brand of lights used in the project.
1. ARCHITECTURAL EXTERIOR LIGHTING: lighting projects for exterior illumination such as: facades, sport facilities, monuments, canopies, etc.
2. INTERIOR LIGHTING: lighting projects for interior illumination such as: shops, restaurants, museums, exhibition halls, single buildings, offices, etc.
3. URBAN AND LANDSCAPE LIGHTING: lighting projects for urban illumination such as: squares, roundabouts, avenues, streets, parks, bridges, etc.
4. STUDENTS PROPOSALS: this year's theme is "Nomads"; lighting projects for mobility areas such as: airports, harbors, metro, bus and tram stations, taxi stands, bicycle stops, etc. Only idea-based projects will be accepted.
Ignacio Valero (Lighting Designer, Vice-chairman of the APDI and President of the Jury, Spain)
Gerd Pfarré (Lighting Designer, Germany)
Carme Pinós (Architect, Spain)
Mario Corea (Architect, Argentina)
Nurhan Abujidi (Architect-Urban Planner, Palestine)
Pilar Líbano (Interior Designer, Spain)
Esther Torelló (Editor of IDL Informaciones de Luz magazine, Spain)
The winner: 33,000 €
Architectural Exterior Lighting Award: 10,000 €
Interior Lighting Award: 10,000 €
Urban and Landscape Lighting Award: 10,000 €
Students Proposals Award: 3,000 €
1 horizontally read DINA3 sheet in PDF format
The winners announcement: June 2011 at a special evening event in Barcelona