The IES Illumination Awards (North America + International) were held in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania on Sunday, November 2, 2014 as part of the IES Annual Conference ‘A Confluence of Art and Science’.
November 27th, 2014
The program recognises individuals for professionalism, ingenuity and originality in lighting design based on the individual merit of each entry. Judges are selected from a broad professional spectrum representing knowledge of lighting and design excellence, and the judging system is entirely based on how well the lighting design meets the program criteria. The Illumination Awards program is not a competition.
2014 marks the 41th anniversary of the IES lighting awards program, with illumni offering its congratulations to all of the winners.
EDWIN F. GUTH AWARD FOR INTERIOR LIGHTING DESIGN
St. Moritz Church Augsburg, Germany
Lighting Designers: Douglas James, Admir Jukanovic, Eszter Hanzseros
Waldorf Astoria Park Avenue Lobby & Entry New York City
Cooley Monato Studio
Lighting Designers: Renée Cooley, Gio Lee, Renée Joosten, Adam Kroll, Natalia Lesniak, June Park
Baldwin Auditorium Renovation, Duke University, Durham, NC
Cline Bettridge Bernstein Lighting Design
Lighting Designers: Francesca Bettridge, Michael Hennes, Nira Wattanachote, Glenn Fujimura
City Performance Hall – Dallas
Lighting Designers: Robert Shook, Maureen Mahr, Jennifer Curtis, Kimberly Corbett-Oates
Hyde at American Airlines Arena, Miami
Lighting Design Alliance
Lighting Designers: Kyllene Jones, Bryan Klammer
MIT Barker Engineering Library Reading Room Cambridge, MA
Sladen Feinstein Integrated Lighting Inc
Lighting Designers: Julie Rose, Jeffrey Sladen
Saenger Theatre New Orleans
Lighting Designers: Michael DiBlasi, Julia Gordon
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Boston
AKF Group Lighting Design
Lighting Designers: Susannah Zweighaft, Claudia Saavedra
University of Baltimore Angelos Law Center Baltimore
Lighting Designers: Maureen Moran, Scott Guenther, Kate Fuller, Mitch Johnson
Verizon Innovation Center San Francisco
HLB Lighting Design
Lighting Designers: Carrie Hawley, Robyn Goldstein, Michelle Tessier, Lindsey Mackey
Special Citation for Innovative Use of Acrylics in Lighting
Lobby at First National Building Detroit
Peter Basso Associates, Inc.
Lighting Designers: Lindsey Mehlberg, Darko Banfic
Special Citation for Illumination of a Four-Story-High Onyx Wall
Mariinsky II Theatre St. Petersburg, Russia
Consullux Lighting Consultants/CEL
Lighting Designers: Ion Luh, Rebecca Ho-Dion, Wally Eley
Special Citation for the Creative Introduction of Skylights with Integrated Lighting
Microsoft Sales and Marketing, Building 121 Redmond, WA
Pivotal Lighting Design
Lighting Designers: Kat Harding
ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL LIGHTING DESIGN AWARD
Bank of America Building Façade Dallas
Lang Lighting Design
Lighting Designers: Andy Lang, Jacob Gerber
Cherriots Salem, OR
Lighting Designers: Daren Vandeberg
Special Citation for Demonstration of Daylight Brought into a Subterranean Repurposed Environment
Imagining the Lowline New York City
Lighting Designers: Arup, Raad Studio, Ed Jacobs – D.N.I./Brooklyn Navy Yard
OUTDOOR LIGHTING DESIGN AWARD
Yonkers Casino Yonkers, NY
Tillotson Design Associates
Lighting Designers: Suzan Tillotson, Ellen Sears, Mitul Parekh, Kate Nelson
Special Citation for Innovative Lighting Controls Employed Within a Corridor
Cleveland Clinic, Fairview Hospital Intensive Care Unit Cleveland
Lighting Designers: Shawn Callahan
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