WINNERS OF THE 35TH ANNUAL IALD INTERNATIONAL LIGHTING DESIGN AWARDS ANNOUNCED IN CHICAGO

Luminaries of the lighting profession gathered at Chicago’s trendy Revel Fulton Market on 9 May to honor the winners of the 35th Annual International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) International Lighting Design Awards. Seventeen projects from eleven countries were on display – including interiors, workspaces, museums, hospitality sites, and a place of worship. This year’s winners represent some of the most innovative and inspiring work found anywhere in the world of architectural lighting design.

The highest point score winner across all categories, in addition to receiving an Award of Excellence for their project, receives the IALD Radiance Award for Excellence in Lighting Design. Winners of the Radiance Award do not know in advance of their Radiance Award winning status prior to the evening—only that they should be present at the evening’s award ceremony.

Accepting the Radiance Award for Excellence in Lighting Design were Stephanie GrosseBrockhoff and Andreas Schulz, IALD, part of the project team from Licht Kunst Licht for the German Ivory Museum in Erbach, Germany. The details of the project and comments from the judges, as well as briefs on all other winning projects, are included in separate releases with images and credits where approval has been given.

Of the 17 projects recognized, two entries earned Special Citations, eight earned Awards of Merit and seven earned Awards of Excellence.

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