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Lighting design competition finalists announced
Oct 20, 2015

An expert panel including Tom Dixon, Michael Anastassiades, Nancy Bendtsen of Inform Interiors, Omer Arbel of Bocci Design, John Patkau of Patkau ArchitectsChad Falkenberg and Kelly Reynolds of Falken Reynolds, and designers from ANDLIGHT chose this year’s LAMP (Lighting Architecture Movement Project) top ten finalists. The international lighting design competition was based on aesthetics, marketability, innovation and the designers’ interpretation of the theme, Crystallize. Ten lamps were selected from 90-plus submissions from around the world.

The top 10 finalists include:

Lighting design competition finalists announced
• Ribbon by Brad Turner from Vancouver, BC, Canada

Lighting design competition finalists announced
• Eleni by Matthew Kennedy from Chilliwack, BC, Canada

Lighting design competition finalists announced
• Braque’s Colander by Amy Lin and James Chavel from Toronto, ON, Canada

Lighting design competition finalists announced
• Gweilo by Alex Josephson from Toronto, ON, Canada

Lighting design competition finalists announced
• Boro Boro Light by Neal Aronowitz from Portland, OR, USA

Lighting design competition finalists announced
• Crystal Cluster Chandelier by Lynn Read from Portland, OR, USA

Lighting design competition finalists announced
• The BIT Light by Jin Choi from Brookline, MA, USA

Lighting design competition finalists announced
• Woodhedron by Julie Morringello from Stonington, CT, USA

Lighting design competition finalists announced
• Duality by Matthew Conley from Sheffield, UK

Lighting design competition finalists announced
• Light Trooper by Anki Gneib from Stockholm, Sweden

 

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