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News Flash: Lighting Deign Awards announce 2017 winners

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The Lighting Design Awards took place this month, gathering together and celebrating all the good and the great in the luxury lighting industry. Projects from fifteen different countries were named and praised, as well as architects, designers, and practices from all over the world.

The event was a night of celebration and adulation, a chance to see the greatest and brightest working right now, and glimpse what the immediate future holds for the luxury lighting industry. The full list of winners can be found below.

  • Lighting Designer of the Year: Suzan Tillotson – Tillotson Design Associates
  • Lighting Design Practice of the Year: illuminationworks
  • Architect of the Year: Carpenter Lowings
  • Light Art Project of the Year: Scent Constellation, Le Grand Musée du Parfum, Paris – Jason Bruges Studio
  • Integration Project of the Year: Bahá’í Temple, Santiago, Chile – Limarí Lighting Design
  • Daylight Project of the Year: Folded Light, London, UK – Carpenter Lowings
  • Community and Public Realm Project of the Year: Gasholder Park, King’s Cross, London, UK – Speirs + Major
  • Workplace Project of the Year: R/GA, New York, USA – Tillotson Design Associates
  • Heritage Project of the Year: York Minster, UK – Sutton Vane Associates
  • Retail Project of the Year: Fondaco dei Tedeschi, Venice, Italy – PJC Light Studio
  • Leisure Project of the Year: Kulm Country Club and Eispavillon, St. Moritz, Switzerland – Foster + Partner
  • Hotel and Restaurant Project of the Year: 21c Museum Hotel, Oklahoma City, USA – Illuminationworks
  • Product Designer of the Year: Marc Sadler
  • Disruptor of the Year: Bloom Unit – migenius
  • Architectural Luminaire (Exterior): Vivid Pixel – Green LED Lighting Solutions
  • Architectural Luminaire (Interior): The Blade – iGuzzini
  • Publishers’ Lifetime Achievement Award: Daniel Libeskind – Studio Libeskind