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EXCELLENCE AWARD PROJECT: FUTAKO TAMAGAWA RISE, TOKYO, JAPAN LIGHTING DESIGN: LIGHTDESIGN INC Opened just weeks after the earthquake struck Japan on 11th March 2011, the residual nuclear and environmental concerns after the earthquake meant the designers needed to quickly reevaluate and reconfigure the building’s energy load. As a result, most of the lighting in the space was never turned on from lack of nuclear power. The project has been designed with moderate darkness and intonation which is typically absent in the Japanese commercial lighting environment.


“This successful combination expresses emotion through light. It is an elegant solution that defines the plaza as both playful and thoughtful,” one judge stated of the project.


EXCELLENCE AWARD


PROJECT: LAGARES SHOWROOM, GIRONA, SPAIN LIGHTING DESIGN: ARTEC3 STUDIO


The inspiration for the lighting proposal for the Lagares Showroom is the Japa- nese zen garden. “A beautiful composition of light and shadow, dramatic and emotional,” stated one award judge of the project. “This project showcases the power of light; how it can turn simple objects into sculptures and [accomplish] the simple task of illuminating merchandise into poetry.” The lighting concept creates a composition of light and shadow; the compo- nents are the objects on display, their shadows and the way the light touches the floor. The materials used in the showroom are basic and few: a concrete ceiling (integrating rails and projectors painted the same colour as the con- crete), concrete walls and flooring, steel tensors and porcelain and white lacquered-iron toilets.


EXCELLENCE AWARD PROJECT: BANNER MD ANDERSON CANCER CENTER LANTERN OF HOPE, GILBERT, USA LIGHTING DESIGN: CANNON DESIGN Positioned at the entry of the new oncology centre, the Lantern’s vivid, uniform glow serves as a beacon of hope and a symbol of the hospital’s steadfast commitment to the eradication of cancer. The panels cladding the structure – cut to represent the canopy of the Palo Verde or “nurse” tree – filter dappled sunlight to the entry and balconies through a fabric scrim by day, and are backlit by grazing the fabric with light to create an inspiring visual icon at night.


“Whilst colour can often be over utilised, here it is used in a subtle and appropriate way,” one judge commented. “The skilled execution and the design composition of silhouette lighting of the vertical tower and the even wash of the horizontal awning create a beautiful image of the building.”


DEUTSCH


Die niederländischen Lichtdesigner Daglicht & Vorm Lichtdesign haben für ihr „Broken Light“ Konzept in ihrer Heimatstadt Rotterdam den Radiance Award der International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) gewonnen. Aus Fünfzehn Preisträgern, die Lichtdesign-Projekte aus sieben Ländern vertreten, besteht die Gruppe der Gewinner der 29. jährlichen IALD International Lighting Design Awards. Alle wur- den auf einer Präsentation gestern Abend anlässlich der Lightfair International im Renaissance Hotel in Las Vegas vorgestellt. Von allen vorgestellten Projekten erhielten zwei Wett- bewerbsbeiträge eine Auszeichnung, sechs Beiträgen wurde ein Award of Merit zuerkannt und sieben wurden mit dem Excellence Award ausgezeichnet. Broken Light war der Gewinner mit der höchsten Punktewertung in allen Kategorien und wurde deshalb


zusätzlich zum Excellence Award für das Projekt mit dem IALD Radiance Award for Excellence in Light De- sign ausgezeichnet. Die Auszeichnung, die Daglicht & Vorm zum ersten Mal erhielt, wurde von Rudolf Teunis- sen vom Lichtdesign-Büro entgegengenommen. “Ein sehr unkonventionelles und originelles Lösungs- konzept für eine normale Alltagssituation, sagte einer der Juroren über das Projekt, Beleuchtung kann so viel Spaß machen!”


ITALIANO


Lo studio di progettazione illuminotecnica olandese, Daglicht & Vorm, ha ottenuto il premio International Lighting Design organizzato dalla IALD (International Association of Lighting Designers) per il progetto ‘Broken light’ nella propria città, Rotterdam. Sono 15 i progetti premiati di lighting design realizzati in sette paesi, compresi i vincitori della 29a edizione della IALD Awards, che si è svolta la notte scorsa al Renaissance


Hotel di Las Vegas (Stati Uniti) in occasione della Lightfair International. Dei 15 progetti, 2 hanno ricevuto una citazione specia- le, 6 si sono aggiudicati un premio di eccellenza e 7 un premio di merito. Broken Light è stato il vincitore che ha ottenuto il punteggio più alto tra tutte le categorie, quindi è stato insignito del premio IALD per l’eccellenza nella progettazione illuminotecnica, oltre al premio d’eccellenza per il progetto. Per la prima volta Daglicht & Vorm ha ricevuto tale onorificenza che è stata ritirata da Rudolf Teunissen, in rappresentanza dello studio. “Una soluzione originale e molto insolita per una situ- azione quotidiana”, così ha elogiato il progetto un giu- dice. “L’illuminazione può essere divertente!”


ESPAÑOL


El estudio de diseño de iluminación Holandés, Daglicht & Vorm, ganó el Premio de la Asociación Internacional de Diseñadores de Iluminación (IALD, de sus siglas en


Inglés) por su concepto de Broken Light en su ciudad natal de Róterdam. Quince ganadores, representando proyectos arquitectónicos de diseños de iluminación de siete países, conforman a los ganadores de los 29o Premios Internacionales Anuales IALD de Diseño de Iluminación, reconocidos en una presentación llevada a cabo anoche en el Hotel Renaissance en Las Vegas durante el evento de Lightfair International. De los proyectos reconocidos, dos ganaron Menciones Especiales, seis se quedaron con Premios al Mérito y siete con Premios a la Excelencia. Broken Light fue el ganador con mayor puntaje de todas las categorías de manera que, además de recibir un Premio a la Excelen- cia por el proyecto, recibió el Premio IALD Radiance por la Excelencia en el Diseño de Iluminación. Daglicht & Vorm tuvo este honor por primera vez y el premio fue recibido por Rudolf Teunissen, del estudio. “Una solución poco convencional y original para una situación diaria”, elogios de uno de los jueces hacia el proyecto. “¡La iluminación puede ser divertida!”


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