Lighting Design Awards 2017 Shortlist

Architectural Luminaire – Interior

  • The Blade – iGuzzini
  • CoeLux ST – CoeLux
  • DRX1 – Remote Controlled Lighting
  • Flo – Vexica
  • View – iGuzzini
  • Yori Evo Ghostrack – Reggiani

Architectural Luminaire – Exterior

  • Dirigo – Linea Light Group
  • EL – Ewo
  • FL100 – GVA Lighting
  • Invue Arbor LED Collection – Eaton
  • Platea Pro – iGuzzini
  • Vivid Pixel – Green LED Lighting Solutions

Disruptor of the Year

  • Bloom Unit – migenius
  • Feilo Sylvania and Organic Response Enabled Portal – Feilo Sylvania and Organic Response
  • Orion LED Module – Plessey

Product Designer of the Year

  • Michael Anastassiades
  • Jasper Morrison
  • Neil Poulton
  • Marc Sadler

Hotel and Restaurant Project of the Year

  • 21c Museum Hotel, Oklahoma City, USA – IlluminationWorks
  • Bronte restaurant, London, UK – Light IQ
  • Enigma restaurant, Barcelona, Spain – Artec3 Studio
  • Espinas Palace Hotel, Tehran, Iran – RGE Lighting Design
  • Lucky Voice Karaoke Club, Dubai, UAE – XO Lights Dubai
  • Ohla Eixample Hotel, Barcelona, Spain – Artec3 Studio
  • Ramusake restaurant, Dubai, UAE – dpa lighting design
  • Stomping Ground Beer Hall, Melbourne, Australia –  Ambience Lighting
  • Tamba restaurant, Abu Dhabi, UAE – dpa lighting design

Leisure Project of the Year

  • Dubai Opera, UAE – Neolight Global
  • Business Premier Lounge, Eurostar Gare du Nord, Paris, France – Cinimod Studio
  • Kulm Country Club and Eispavillon, St. Moritz, Switzerland – Foster + Partner
  • Wonderlab, The Science Museum, London, UK – Michael Grubb Studio

Retail Project of the Year

  • CAP3000, Saint-Laurent-du-Var, France – Atelier H. Audibert
  • Eastland, Melbourne, Australia – Seam Design
  • Fondaco dei Tedeschi, Venice, Italy – PJC Light Studio
  • Loewe, Madrid, Spain – Artec3 Studio
  • Sunset Walk, Milton Keynes, UK – Lighting Design International

Workplace Project of the Year

  • The Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford, UK – Hoare Lea Lighting
  • Land Securities, London, UK – BDP
  • R/GA, New York, USA – Tillotson Design Associates
  • Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, London, UK – Speirs + Major

Heritage Project of the Year

  • Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Strasbourg, France – L’Acte Lumière
  • Oxford Street, London, UK – Lighting Design International
  • York Minster, UK – Sutton Vane Associates

Community and Public Realm Project of the Year

  • Beersheba Station Bridge, Israel – Orly Avron Alkabes
  • Gasholder Park, King’s Cross, London, UK – Speirs + Major
  • Eurasia Tunnel, Istanbul, Turkey – Skira
  • Pikisaarensilta Bridge, Finland – Valoa design
  • Mapparium, Boston, USA – Focus Lighting

Daylight Project of the Year

  • Dana Research Centre and Library, Science Museum, London, UK – Coffey Architects and Studio ZNA
  • Enterprise Centre, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK – BDP
  • Folded Light, London, UK – Carpenter Lowings
  • Sacred Heart Cathedral of Kericho Diocese, Kenya – Arup
  • State Parliament, Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart, Germany – Licht Kunst Licht

Integration Project of the Year

  • 580 George Street Lobby, Sydney, Australia – Steensen Varming
  • La Nuvola, EUR Congressi, Rome, Italy – Spiers + Major
  • Creekside Paddling Centre, Vancouver, Canada – WSP
  • Bahá’í Temple, Santiago, Chile – Limarí Lighting Design

Light Art Project of the Year

  • Hinterland, Helensburgh, Scotland – NVA
  • Light Masonry, York Minster, UK – Jason Bruges Studio
  • Lightscapes, Venice Biennale, Italy – Transsolar
  • Mathematics: The Winton Gallery, Science Museum, London, UK – Arup
  • Scent Constellation, Le Grand Musée du Parfum, Paris – Jason Bruges Studio

Architect of the Year

To be announced on the evening

Lighting Design Practice of the Year

To be announced on the evening

Lighting Designer of the Year

To be announced on the evening

Don’t miss out on the biggest and most prestigious night of 2017!

  • Learn first who triumphed in the most competitive year yet
  • Network with 1,000 top designers, suppliers and colleagues
  • Hear the keynote from a global name in architecture
  • Join the special celebration as we reveal the 40under40 lighting designers
  • Enjoy top comedy, music acts and the rocking after-show party!

The Lighting Design Awards has always been the number one event in the industry’s calendar – so get Thursday 4 May in your diary now – and make sure you don’t miss out on unparalleled networking – and fun!

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