We already have the 2019 Lamp Awards finalists!
Outdoor Lighting Category
- Cycle Superhighway – The Farum Route, in Gladsaxe, Denmark; by ÅF Lighting.
- Musée des Augustins, in Toulouse, France; by Quartiers Lumières.
- Teatro Regional del Biobío, in Concepción, Chile; by Antonia Peón-Veiga.
- The Musicon Path, in Roskilde, Denmark; by ÅF Lighting & Simon Panduro.
- The Phoenix Valley Summit Art Center, in Luanping, Hebei, China; by Dongning Wang, Wei Guo, Huanxia Qin, Xianwei He, Jinlong Liang, Zhanguo Liu and Kun Teng.
Indoor Lighting Category
- Bike Square, Novartis Campus, in Basel, Switzerland; by Licht Kunst Licht AG.
- Bloomberg European Headquarters, in London, United Kingdom; by Tillotson Design Associates.
- German Ivory Museum, in Erbach, Germany; by Licht Kunst Licht AG.
- Strawinskylaan Bicycle Park, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands; by wUrck & Lichtontwerpers.nl.
- The immersive Theatre: Dear So Cute store, in Haining, China; by Studio Illumine.
- The Vessel, in Abuko, Gambia; by Dark Source (Kerem Asfuroglu).
Installation Lighting Category
- Caelesti Lumine, in The Hague, The Netherlands; byTamar Frank – Lightspace.
- LightSpell, in Toronto, Canada; by realities:united.
- OCRE, in Olot, Spain; Escola Municipal Art i Disseny Terrassa, team formed by Albert Bistué, Àlex Puntí, Laia Guillamet, Àngela Coll, Miriam Satlari, Andrés Jiménez, Sílvia Roca, Eduardo Macías, Ariadna Cantero, Miki Carriedo, Rubén Páez and Enric Saiz.
- RAILWAVE, in Chartres, France; by Playmodes Studio.
- There Is No Place Like Home, in Monterrey, Mexico; by Mónica Vega.
Students Proposals Category
- EMBRACE; by Marta Peret Pujol, student at Escola Massana in Barcelona, Spain.
- Light follows function!; by Rodrigo Llavayol, student at Universidad de la República in Montevideo, Uruguay.
- Light into ebony; by Sònia Peña Martín, student at Escola Massana in Barcelona, Spain.
- Light, Roofs and Sense of Place; by Shahabedin Zeibi Aslani, student at Edinburgh Napier University in Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
- LIVING LIGHT; by Alejandro Montiel, Andrea Espinola and Anne Marie Gallego, students at Escola Massana in Barcelona, Spain.
The standing jury, formed by the lighting designers Roger Narboni (France), Uno Lai (Taiwan), Paul Nulty (United Kingdom) and Pascal Chautard (Chile), lighting artist Aleksandra Stratimirovik (Sweden), architects Hilde Léon (Germany) and Antonio Ruiz Barbarin (Spain), and the interior designer Mercedes Isasa (Spain), met twice, to select amongst the 502 projects received, the 78 projects that passed to the next stage, and finally from these 78, the 21 finalist projects, highlighting that each one is special and contributed something new in relation to the rest.
The 4 winning projects will be announced at a prize-giving ceremony held in Barcelona next Thursday June 13th, where each of them will be awarded with the following amounts: Outdoor Lighting 3.000€, Indoor Lighting 3.000€, Installation Lighting 3.000€ and Students Proposals 1.000€. Good luck to everyone!
Furthermore, the book LIGHTING CONCEPTS 2019 will be published with all the finalist projects and be given as a gift during the ceremony.
The Lamp Awards 2019 close their registration deadline beating the record of 61% participation of lighting designers and maintaining an internationalization of 75%. A total of 502 projects from 42 countries prove the international consolidation of the lighting sector in the 8th edition of these awards.
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