City Lights Design Competition Winners Announced
The results of this competition to design a new streetlight for New York City have been announced. First place was awarded to Thomas Phifer and Partners, New York City; Second Place went to Skidmore Owings & Merrill, Chicago, IL; and Third Place was given to Atelier Imrey Culbert, New York City...
Smile for the Camera: Student Solutions
A look at the 2004 winners of the Robert Bruce Thompson Student Light Fixture Design Competition.
$10,000 for LFT Winner
Director of design and product development for American Fluorescent Corp. takes the top award for Lighting for Tomorrow, the national lighting fixture design competition, winning $10,000.
Luraline, 'It's Your Light' Competition
South Florida lighting manufacturer Luraline has announced a call for entries for its fifth annual 'It's
global house 2005
Arquitectum has announced its first international competition, 'The Global House-2005,' an ideas forum for the exploration of what 'house' means in today's 'Global Village.' Open to design professionals under the age of 28. For details visit: www.arquitectum.com. Registration deadline is September...
Luraline's 'It's Your Light' Winner
Lighting manufacturer Luraline Products has announce the winner of its fourth annual "It's Your Light" student design competition--Interior design major Hollis Machala from Mount Ida College in Newton, Massachusetts. Machala's luminaire design named "120 Mystery," is a pendant fixture that provides...
City Lights Design Competition
The city of New York designs a new street light, incorporating energy efficiency and a bright, even light.
A streetlight. it seems a simple proposition–a pole and a light source. But ask any of the entrants who tackled this challenge in the two-stage City Lights Design Competition, and they will tell you otherwise.
Litecontrol Announces Student Design Competition
has announced a student design competition which integrates its new Inde-Pendants ADA Sconce light fixture into architectural surroundings. It is open to all full-time undergraduate, graduate or post-graduate students enrolled in an accredited program in architecture, lighting design, interior...
Collaboration between students, practitioners, and industry is rare; but, as evidenced in Virginia Tech's house for the Solar Decathlon Competition last fall, the potential for innovation when these partners come together is high.