Iluminet presents the Third Iberoamerican Lighting Design Biennial

The Third Iberoamerican Lighting Design Biennial is Iluminet’s initiative for promoting the great talent of the lighting designers of this geographic region.

The main objective of the Bienal is to keep the promise of iluminet, to promote the work of lighting designers and also be the place of meeting and interchange of ideas and experiences between professionals and students from the lighting design world.

The Third Iberoamerican Lighting Design Biennial was launched in “Tarde de Luz”, an open space for debate at the Museo Nacional de Antropología in Mexico City on November 29th. For this occasion we had the pleasure of receive the most important and recognized members of the world of lighting design.

Also in “Tarde de Luz” we had the traditional Lights & Beers, a friendly gathering with designers and professionals where the 50 selected projects were exhibit, transforming the Museum into a place of conversation and encounter with the discipline of lighting design.

Furthermore, as part of the activities of the Third Iberoamerican Lighting Design Biennial the winners as well as the honorable mentions were presented during a Gala Award Ceremony in an historical venue in the heart of Mexico on November 30, 2018.

We extend the recognition to the 50 projects of the collection, as well as a warm congratulation to the four winning projects, the honorable mentions, as well as the special mentions.

The selection was settled down on June 15 and 16 during a judges meeting with: Monica Lobo (architect and lighting designer, Brazil); Douglas Leonard jr (Architect, Chile); Kai Diederichsen (Lighting Designer, Mexico); Juan Pablo Serrano (Architect, Mexico), Stephan Horn (Lighting Designer, Germany) and Luis Juan López Barreiro (Founding partner of Iluminet). The judges determined the selection of the winners after a thorough review process based on the technical mastery and professionalism of the authors, the comprehensive command of the profession, the originality, sensitivity and inspiration of their work.

These four winners and the two honorable mentions consist of an assortment of unique projects that share a common thread: they are exceptional in term of concept, development and execution. These works are examples of the best in Iberoamerican Lighting Design.

WINNERS

  • CEPSA
    Adanero, Spain
    Aurelighting
    Rafael Gallego Vargas
  • EXHIBICION: “EL MITO DE ROMA”
    Santiago, Chile
    Limarí Lighting Design
    Pascal Chautard, Carolina Roese, María Pía Andrade,
    Felipe Grandón, Bárbara Marambio, Teresa Baraona
  • TEMPLO BAHA´Í DE SUDAMÉRICA
    Santiago, Chile
    Limarí Lighting Design
    Pascal Chautard, Carolina Roese,
    Francisca Nicoletti, Cristina Fahrenkog
  • TEMPLO BIRKAT ITZJAK
    Mexico City, Mexico
    artec3 Studio México
    Maurici Ginés, Jose Cardona, Nuria Barat

HONORABLE MENTIONS

  • Joyería Ara Vartanian
    London, England
    Estudio Carlos Fortes Luz + Design
    Carlos Fortes, Débora Esposto
  • Ohla Eixaple Hotel
    Barcelona, Spain
    artec3 Studio Barcelona
    Maurici Ginés, Fernando Rojo, Nikoletta Theodoridi,
    María Asia Sierra, Barbora Nacarova

At the same time, the projects that received special mention are defined from a series of particular qualities where an outstanding technical quality is observed.

SPECIAL MENTIONS

  • Restaurante Noso
    Mexico City, Mexico
    Avant Group
    Marco Antonio Góngora Amaro, Alejandro Vargas de Santiago
  • Enigma Concept
    Barcelona, Spain
    artec3 Studio Barcelona
    Maurici Ginés, Fernando Rojo, José M. Deza
  • Casa LJ
    Guadalajara, Mexico
    ARTENLUZ
    Arq. Javier Ten, Oscar Sánchez de Zulueta
  • Departamento Condesa
    Mexico City, Mexico
    artec3 Studio México
    Maurici Ginés, Jose Cardona, Ana Ayala
  • Farol Santander
    Sao Paulo, Brazil
    Acenda Lighting Design
    Paula Carnelós, Fernanda Carvalho, Eder Ferreira
  • Iluminación Navidad Born CCM
    Barcelona, Spain
    La Invisible
    María Güell Ordis

Also, for this 2018 edition, a new category called “People´s choice” was included, which was created by an open vote so that the general public could vote for the project of their choice.

PEOPLE´S CHOICE

  • Edificio Ecatepec
    State of Mexico, Mexico
    Light & Effect by VoltaG
    J. Pablo Gadsden Shepard

The main objective of this initiative is to stimulate the development and innovation of Iberoamerican lighting design projects, for which we deeply appreciate the participation and enthusiasm of the 166 registered projects, the 80 participating offices, as well as our sponsors who once again trusted in this project.

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