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The Lux Awards 2014 – the winners!

The lighting world’s top manufacturers, boldest clients, coolest technologies and
most awe-inspiring installations have been honoured at the Lux Awards 2014.

Control Innovations of the year

in association with

WINNER

Visible Light Communication – EldoLED

HIGHLY COMMENDED

LEDstat dimmer – Hamilton Litestat

COMMENDED

Halcyon – PhotonStar

Light Source Innovation of the Year

in association with Anolis

WINNER

CoeLux – CoeLux

HIGHLY COMMENDED

CrispWhite Fortimo LED spotlight module – Philips OEM Lighting Solutions

SHORTLISTED

Starpath – Pro-Teq

Interior Luminaire of the Year

in association with Philips OEM Lighting Solutions

WINNER

Trick – iGuzzini

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Sequence – Zumtobel

SHORTLISTED

Levello – Savvy Switches

Exterior Luminaire of the Year

in association with Elite Renewables

WINNER

Iridium Gen3 – Philips Lighting

COMMENDED

Bespoke Solar Signage Kit – Zeta Specialist Lighting

SHORTLISTED

EdgeLED P5 – Fern Howard

Recycling Award

in association with Recolight Lumicom

WINNER

Re:LIT Project – Michael Grubb Studio

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Sainsbury’s

COMMENDED

Dexreco

SHORTLISTED

National Portrait Gallery

Manufacturer of the Year

in association with Arrow Electronics

WINNER

Dextra Group

SHORTLISTED

EldoLED

SHORTLISTED

GE Lighting

SHORTLISTED

iGuzzini

Retail Lighting Project of the Year

in association with Arrow Electronics

WINNER

Sainsbury’s, nationwide

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Sky, Westfield – David Atkinson Lighting Design

COMMENDED

Trinity Leeds – BDP

SHORTLISTED

Matches Fashion, Wimbledon – Paul Nulty Lighting Design

Industrial and Transport Lighting Project of the Year

in association with Amerlux

WINNER

Heathrow Terminal 2 – Studio Fractal and Hoare Lea

COMMENDED

South West Trains/Network Rail Alliance – Open Technology

COMMENDED

NCP car parks, nationwide – Future Energy Solutions

Hospitality and Leisure Lighting Project of the Year

in association with Aurora

WINNER

Eventim Apollo, London – James Morse Lighting Design

HIGHLY COMMENDED

SSE Hydro, Glasgow – Arup

COMMENDED

ExCeL London – Philips Lighting

COMMENDED

Oxford University Museum of Natural History – Zumtobel Lighting

SHORTLISTED

Ham Yard Hotel, London – Lighting Design International

Education and Healthcare Lighting Project of the Year

in association with Photonstar

WINNER

Reid Building, Glasgow School of Art – Arup

HIGHLY COMMENDED

London Library – Arup

COMMENDED

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital – Thorn Lighting

COMMENDED

Royal United Hospital, Bath – Philips Lighting

Outdoor Lighting Project of the Year

in association with Osram

WINNER

Debenhams, Oxford Street – Light + Design Associates

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Jubilee Buildings, Isle of Man – Professional Lighting Design

SHORTLISTED

Knightsbridge Estate, London – GIA Equation

Office and Workplace Lighting Project of the Year

in association with Luxonic

WINNER

WWF Living Planet Centre, Woking – Atelier Ten

SHORTLISTED

British Museum World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre, London – Arup

SHORTLISTED

PwC Embankment Place, London – Chapman BDSP

International Lighting Project of the Year

in association with Havells Sylvania

WINNER

Growthpoint Properties, South Africa – Aurora

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Zorlu Center, Turkey – ZKLD Light Design Studio

SHORTLISTED

Cielo Lounge, Dubai – Nouran Concept Lighting

COMMENDED

Restaurant on the Drachenfels, Germany – Licht Kunst Licht

Client of the Year

in association with Dextra

WINNER

Sainsbury’s

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Heathrow Airport nominated by StudioFractal

SHORTLISTED

Spirit Pub Company nominated by Weblight

SLL Young Lighter of the Year

in association with Philips Lighting

WINNER

Janna Aronson, RTLD
Daylight – art – atmosphere

FINALIST

James Duff, Arup
An objective metric for subjective lighting

FINALIST

Katerina Konsta, Atkins Global
Daylight in school environments

FINALIST

Veronika Labancova, Isometrix
Impact of aging on light quality perception

Lux Person of the Year

in association with Samsung

WINNER

Tony Howells, senior policy advisor, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
Tony Howells has been a long-term advocate for the UK lighting industry and its capacity to help drive energy reduction, exports and employment. As senior policy advisor at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, his role is to shape government strategy towards sectors with growth potential. He focuses in particular on energy-efficient lighting technology, and acts as a key bridge between the industry and government. He was pivotal in the launch this year, in conjunction with the Lighting Industry Association and UK Trade & Investment, of the first ever UK Lighting Sector Strategy. The judging team cited him for ‘his personal enthusiasm, drive and energy’ in helping the lighting industry achieve its objectives.