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PROCESS


SPONSORS


The following sponsors have generously funded this year’s IALD International Lighting Design Awards Program & IALD Education Trust Benefit Dinner. Proceeds from this event will support the activities of the IALD Education Trust Fund. Thanks go out to the following manufacturers and sponsors:


PLATINUM


B-K LIGHTING + TEKA ILLUMINATION COOPER LIGHTING IO LIGHTING


THE LIGHTING QUOTIENT LUMENPULSE


GOLD ACUITY BRANDS


LUTRON ELECTRONICS CO INC OSRAM SYLVANIA INC PHILIPS DAY-BRITE PHILIPS LIGHTOLIER ZUMTOBEL LIGHTING


SILVER


ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING MAGAZINE THE BELFER GROUP EDISON PRICE LIGHTING ERCO LIGHTING INC EYE LIGHTING INTERNATIONAL GE LIGHTING IALD EDUCATION TRUST IALD PRESIDENT'S TABLE KURT VERSEN COMPANY LIGHTING INDUSTRY RESOURCE COUNCIL (LIRC) LIGHTING SERVICES INC PRUDENTIAL LIGHTING SORAA SPECIALTY LIGHTING INDUSTRIES TARGETTI POULSEN USA INC TRAXON TECHNOLOGIES VANTAGE CONTROLS INC VISA LIGHTING WATTSTOPPER


WIEDENBACH-BROWN XICATO


CENTERPIECE SPONSOR COEMAR SPA


BOLD INDICATES SPONSORSHIP OF MULTIPLE TABLES SPONSORS LIST CURRENT AS OF 27 APRIL 2012.


IALD AWARDS PROGRAM RECOGNIZES LIGHTING DESIGN ACHIEVEMENT, INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS


The IALD International Lighting Design Awards is the longest-running award program recognizing architectural lighting design excellence; receiving an IALD award nod is universally heralded as the top honor in the lighting design industry. Over the years, this program has become an industry benchmark, setting the bar in a position that requires adherence to the highest quality lighting design parameters.


Diane McNabb Rodriguez, Associate IALD and IALD International Lighting Design Awards Co-Chair, shared her excitement about this year’s award-winning projects. “The IALD received more than 200 submissions, drawn from all over the world, to its call for entries this year. These design solutions are high in caliber, varied in scope, geographically diverse and uniformly stunning to look at.”


The IALD is always thrilled and honored to receive a large number of entries, and is especially appreciative of our esteemed panel of seven judges who spend three full days reviewing entries. The judges include five IALD members at various experience levels, including a sustainability expert. An interior designer and architect join these five IALD members to complete the panel of seven judges.


2012 IALD INTERNATIONAL LIGHTING DESIGN AWARD JUDGES The judging process is an integral part of the awards program, and the IALD is delighted to have secured a fantastic panel of judges this year, including:


CYNTHIA BURKE, IALD, BURKE LIGHTING DESIGN INC, SAN DIEGO, CA USA MICHAEL BYUN, IIDA, LEED AP, PERKINS + WILL, CHICAGO, IL USA DENISE FONG, IALD, CANDELA ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING DESIGN, SEATTLE, WA USA G. MICHAEL GEHRING, IALD, KAPLAN GEHRING MCCARROLL ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING INC, EL SEGUNDO, CA USA PAMELA HULL WILSON, FIALD, PHW LIGHTING DESIGN, DALLAS, TX USA THOMAS KACZKOWSKI, AIA, LEED GREEN ASSOC, HELLMUTH, OBATA + KASSABAUM, INC, ST LOUIS, MO USA


MIRJAM ROOS, ASSOCIATE IALD, STEENSEN VARMING PTY LTD, SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA


2012 IALD INTERNATIONAL LIGHTING DESIGN AWARDS CO-CHAIRS MS. DIANE MCNABB RODRIGUEZ, ASSOC. IALD, CIRCLE DESIGN GROUP, INDIANAPOLIS, IN USA ROSEMARIE ALLAIRE, IALD, ROSEMARIE ALLAIRE LIGHTING DESIGN, DANA POINT, CA USA


Judging took place in Chicago, IL USA in December 2011.


THE PROCESS : JUDGING CRITERIA The IALD International Lighting Design Awards program honors lighting design that reaches new heights, moves beyond the ordinary and represents excellence in aesthetic and technical design achievement.


Only those projects demonstrating consistent design quality and technical expertise receive award recognition after three straight days of judging.


The judging for the IALD International Lighting Design Awards is rigorous and blind to uphold the integrity of the process. Scoring is quantitative, with each judge confidentially assigning a numeric value to each criterion after a period of discussion. Ballots are tallied and results kept confidential until judging concludes. There is no point during the process in which judges are made aware of where a specific project stands in terms of receiving an award.


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