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Lighting Design Awards


Lighting Design Awards 2011 The industry descended on the Hilton at London’s Park Lane for the Lighting Design Awards in March.


More than 700 lighting designers and architects gathered for this year’s Lighting Design Awards last month. It was a night of firsts, with everything from motorbikes on stage (sponsored by ACDC) to the launch of the new Lighting Design Photography Awards.


International Project Sponsored by Oldham Lighting Projects


Winner: Licht Kunst Licht, Telekom Bridge, Bonn Highly Commended: Treusch Architecture, Ars Electronica Center, Linz Highly Commended: dpa lighting design, Private Residential Health Spa, Qatar Commended: KSLD, Al-Tijaria Tower Commended: Licht Kunst Licht, ThyssenKrupp Quarter, Essen


Special Projects Sponsored by AC Special Projects


Winner: Jason Bruges Studio, Platform 5 Highly Commended: WHITEvoid, THE WAVE kinetic light installation Highly Commended: Midas, The Mill Project Highly Commended: Designs for Lighting Grayshott Square, Hampshire


Light Sources & Controls


Winner: Ceravision, Alvara 400 Plasma Lamp Highly Commended: Select Innovations, Enlight Universal Intelli-Ballast Highly Commended: Helvar, iDim


Workplace Lighting


Winner: Light Bureau, KPMG HQ, 15 Canada Square


Retail Sponsored by Traxon E:Cue


Winner: Light + Design Associates, Arc Shopping Centre Bury St Edmunds


Low Carbon Sponsored by EX-OR


Winner: Light + Design Associates, The Dorchester Collection, Coworth Park Spa, Berkshire


Highly Commended: Arup, Scotstoun House


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