(Spain) – The jury has the verdict: 21 projects are the finalists of the Lamp Lighting Solutions Awards 2015.
Here are the finalists for each category:
Architectural Outdoor Lighting Category
- Szczecin Philharmonic, Poland; by Barozzi Veiga Studio and Anoche Iluminación
- Les Murmures de Saint-Avit-Sénieur, France; by Lionel Bessieres
- Le Chai Ballande, France; by Yon Anton Olano
- Lluna Plena, Spain; by Eduard Callís and Guillem Moliner
- Affinity Interactive Art Installation – BCP Building, Peru; by Claudia Paz
Indoor Lighting Category
- Light Garden (Interactive Installation in C.C. Plaza Norte), Peru; by Claudia Paz
- Tintoretto in motion: art and architecture lighting, Italy; by Alberto Pasetti Bombardella
- Mummies, Spain; by Carmen Moreno Álvarez
- Art Museum Ahrenshoop, Germany; by Licht Kunst Licht AG
- Chilean Museum of Pre-Columbian Art, Chile; by Limarí Lighting Design
Urban and Landscape Lighting Category
- The Undulating Bridge Hoofddorp, The Netherlands; by Lodewijk Baljon landscape architects and Industrielicht
- Between Silence and Light, Spain; by reMM
- Memorial to the Victims of Violence in Mexico, Mexico; by Lighteam
- PEM Dax, France; by Lionel Bessieres
- Northern Lights, France; by Aleksandra Stratimirovic
- Dolmen Light, The Netherlands; by Titia Ex
Students Proposals Category
- Light of ancestral Seas; by Valle Medina, student at ETH Zurich, Switzerland Lighting Umbrella; by Lee Jin Wook, Lee Eun Ji, Kim Dong Jun, Bang Jae Woong and Yang In Yeong, students at Inje University, Republic of Korea
- Pow Light [Myliobatidae Light]; by Arash Abbaszadeh, student at the Islamic Azad University Bandar Abbas Branch, Islamic Republic of Iran
- Body Fabric Light; by Neal Qiongyu Li and Daichi Yamashita, students at the University of British Columbia, Canada
- The reflection of daylight; by Ewa Krysa and Natalia Lenczyk, students at the Politechnika Rzeszowska im. Ignacego Łukasiewicza, Poland
The Jury, made up of lighting designers Mark Major, Kai Piippo, Douglas Leonard and Anne Bureau, IALD Project Manager in Europe, Emma Cogswell; architects Anupama Kundoo and Juan Carlos Sancho; and interior designer, Ignasi Bonjoch, met twice to select the 21 finalists from the 598 projects, stressing that each one contributed something new in relation to the rest.
The winning projects will be announced at an event held in the city of Barcelona this coming June, where each of them will be awarded with the following amounts: Architectural Exterior Lighting €8,000, Interior Lighting €8000, Urban and Landscape Lighting € 8,000 and Students’ Proposals €2,000.
In addition, the ‘Life of Light’ award will be given to the professional who has dedicated his life to lighting. The book Lighting Concepts 2015 will be published with all the finalist projects.
The ‘Lamp Lighting Solutions Awards 2015’ closed with record figures of internationalisation compared to all previous years, with a total of 598 projects submitted by 54 countries and 70% internationalisation.