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LuxLive Review And the Winner Is…


In the amazing setting of the Natural History Museum, Lux Awards 2012 recognised some of the most exciting aspects of the lighting industry today. Without further ado, here are this year’s winners…


Controls Innovation of the Year Light Source Innovation of the Year Exterior Luminaire of the Year Interior Luminaire of the Year Recycling Award


Retrofit Lighting Project of the Year Industrial Project of the Year Commercial Project of the Year Urban Lighting Project of the Year Retail and Leisure Project of the Year Architectural Lighting Project of the Year Client of the Year


Manufacturer of the Year


SLL Young Lighter of the Year Lighting Design Practice of the Year Lux Person of the Year


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50W LED Driver Platform – EldoLED E-Core Candle – Toshiba Aeroblades – Cree and Speirs + Major Laser Blade – iGuzzini Skinflint Design The Crown Jewels, Tower of London – Sutton Vane Associates Royal Mail National Distribution Centre, Daventry – Philips Lighting Rothschild Bank, London – GIA Equation Bradford City Park – Arup Morrisons Stanground – Morrisons plc and NG Bailey Worth Abbey Church, East Sussex – DPA Lighting Design Waitrose – Nominated by Synergy Harvard Engineering Sabine De Schutter Sutton Vane Associates Nigel Harvey, CEO, Recolight


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