News-Spot | Event Announcement | Jan 01, 2014

20 Days Left to Participate in the Lamp Lighting Solutions Awards 2013

You’re still on time! If you’re lighting designer, architect, urban planner, interior designer, engineer, landscaper or student, we encourage you to participate on the Lamp Lighting Solutions Awards 2013. Show the world your lighting project deserves an award! There are 48.000€ in prizes! Deadline: 31st January 2013

Prizes will be awarded to projects that have successfully met the architectural lighting needs of an indoor or outdoor space, having created a positive synergy between the architecture, interior design, landscaping and lighting. They value the creativity, innovation and sustainability of the lighting projects, regardless of the manufacturer or the brand of lights used in the project. A contest of international renown that received 594 projects from more than 46 different countries during the last edition.

The awards are divided into 4 categories. The Jury will determine 1 winner per category, with a total economic reward of 48.000€, higher than 2011:
1. Architectural Outdoor Lighting 15.000€
Lighting projects for exterior illumination such as: facades, sport facilities, monuments, canopies, etc.
2. Indoor Lighting 15.000€
Lighting projects for interior illumination such as: shops, restaurants, museums, exhibition halls, single buildings, offices, etc.
3. Urban and Landscape Lighting 15.000€
Lighting projects for urban illumination such as: squares, roundabouts, avenues, streets, parks, bridges, etc.
4. Students Proposals 3.000€ This year's theme is "Light to connect"; lighting projects, both indoor and outdoor, in which light is used as a tool to connect people and/or spaces: squares, streets, parks, beaches, malls, airports, car parks, etc. Only idea-based projects will be accepted.

The jury's verdict will be announced at a special evening event in Barcelona during the month of June 2013. The LIGHTING CONCEPTS '13 book will include the finalists' projects.

Download the contest rules here
Project registration and submittal until 31st January 2013 here

+ info www.lamp.es/en/prizes/faq / premios@lamp.es / T. +34 93 736 68 39 / Facebook

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