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We celebrate a new generation of passionate designers

A new generation of lighting design talent is emerging. It’s more driven, diverse, collaborative, curious, global, tech-savvy and passionate than ever. And it’s questioning how things are done.

Armed with the an unparalleled breadth of technology and able to instantly draw on unlimited inspiration, these millennials are raising the bar on the creativity and quality of projects across the world.

To celebrate forty years of the Lighting Design Awards, we’ll recognise this cohort. From 20 countries, we will name 40 young designers as representatives of this new generation. Some have been nominated by principals; others have received independent recognition in competitions and awards; and some have been selected by a panel of experts as ambassadors for their industry. All are outstanding young people with much to contribute.

Their mission is to take the craft forward in the twenty-first century, and to build on the work of the pioneers who created the profession and achieved recognition for it in previous decades.
Find out who’s in the 40 Under 40 at the Lighting Design Awards 2016 on Thursday 5 May.

April 22nd, 2016|

Howard Brandston to head Lighting Design Awards judging panel

Howard Branston colourArchitectural lighting design pioneer Howard Brandston is to head up the Lighting Design Awards judging panel for 2016, its fortieth year.
Mult-award winning Brandston is this year’s judge emeritus, and his fellow judges include leading light artist Steven Scott, architectural academic Margaret Petty of the University of Victoria, Lighting magazine editor Jill Entwistle and architects Ben Adams and Phil Coffey.

Due to unprecedented demand in recent years, all categories have been opened up to entries from any location in the world.

‘Whether you are in London or New York or Dubai, lighting design is now a global business and your clients can be anywhere in the world,’ said Ray Molony, director of the organising team behind awards programme. ‘The Lighting Design Awards has to reflect that reality and what better way to mark its 40th year than to open the categories up to celebrate and reward the world’s best creative talent.

‘We are putting together a judging team of global stature and we’re delighted that Howard has joined us and that he will deliver the keynote address at the presentation ceremony’.

The Lighting Design Awards will distribute awards in 14 categories, including the prestigious Lighting Designer of the Year. New categories for 2016 include Light Art Project of the Year, Integration Project of the Year, Lighting Design Practice of the Year and Architect of the Year.

Organisers are expecting 900 designers, suppliers and lighting professionals to attend the award ceremony at the London Hilton Park Lane on Thursday 5 May.

The Lighting Design Awards is supported by the ILP, the IALD and the SLL. Sponsors include Anolis (Community and Public Realm), Robe (International Project of the Year – Exterior), Precision Lighting (Hotels and Restaurants), Lumenpulse (after-show party) and Linea Light. iGuzzini is sponsor of the social media relating to the event.

January 27th, 2016|