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120 TECHNOLOGY / LAMP LIGHTING SOLUTIONS AWARDS, BARCELONA


mondo*arc editor Paul James was honoured to be one of the judges of the Lamp Lighting Solutions Awards held in Barcelona on June 13th. A record 608 entries makes this the the most popular lighting awards programme in the world.


LAMP SHINES A LIGHT ON DESIGN


The winners, judges and hosts at the LAMP Lighting Solutions Awards at the IMO (Institut de Microcirurgia Ocular) in Barcelona. The event was attended by 350 people from the lighting and design industries with over 100 coming from overseas.


The fifth edition of the LAMP Lighting Solutions Awards attracted submissions for 608 projects from 52 countries with the largest amount of entries coming from countries as diverse as Spain, Germany, France, UK, Mexico, Italy, USA, China, Chile, Argentina and Singapore. In addition, designers from eleven new countries entered the competition for the first time: Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegov- ina, Bulgaria, Costa Rica, Egypt, Slovakia, Indonesia, Lebanon, Macedonia, Nigeria and Poland. The judging panel consisted of Francesco Iannone, Lighting Designer and President of the Jury (Italy); Elías Cisneros, Lighting Designer (Mexico); Andreas Schulz, Light- ing Designer (Germany); Philippe Chaix,


Architect (France); Rafael Aranda, Architect (Spain); María Langarita, Architect (Spain); Antoni Arola, Interior & Industrial Designer (Spain); and Paul James, mondo*arc maga- zine editor (UK). Judging was tough because the panel was made up of professionals from the lighting design, interior design and architecture dis- ciplines. It soon became clear that we had different ideas on what was good lighting design! Ultimately however, the panel was broadly in agreement about the winning projects. The event, lead by Ignasi Cusidó, CEO of LAMP, and hosted by journalist Lídia Here- dia (TV3), was held at the IMO (Institut de Microcirurgia Ocular) in Barcelona. The 2013 LAMP Lighting Solutions Awards


distributed prize money totalling €48,000 over four categories: Architectural Outdoor Lighting, Indoor Lighting, Urban and Land- scape Lighting, and Students Proposals. The winner of the Architectural Outdoor Lighting award, with a prize of €15,000, went to The Rookery in Chicago, by Office for Visual Interaction (OVI). Paul James, spokesman for the judging panel, com- mented that: “The lighting designer’s treatment of this historical building façade is both sympathetic and innovative. All of the luminaires are concealed, using a clever mounting arm system, to protect the integrity of the building that picks out each detail of the intricate masonry carving. It would have been easy to just floodlight this beautiful building. The judges felt that by


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