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The Lux Awards 2019 shortlist has been announced!

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The shortlist for the 2019 Lux Awards has been announced and this year the list features a whole host of impressive projects and inventive new technology.

Our team of expert judges – including experienced specifiers and end users of lighting – have considered the projects entered, visited the sites, spoken to the key people, and whittled down the list to just those schemes that they believe have a shot at winning a coveted Lux Award trophy.

These are the projects that have struck that balance between looking great, fulfilling the brief, and keeping energy and maintenance costs down.

The awards will be held on the 14 November 2019. The awards will take place in a new venue for the awards – The Hilton, Park Lane.

Tables for the Lux Awards 2019 are now on sale and you can find out more here.


Retail Lighting Project of the Year

In association with OSRAM

Stella McCartney Flagship Store, London – PJC Light Studio

Wartski, London – Illuminationworks

FLANNELS, Newcastle – Fagerhult Lighting

Meadowhall Refurbishment, Sheffield – BDP


Industrial and Transport Lighting Project of the Year

In association with Lumicom

Elizabeth Line, Crossrail – FUTURE Designs, Atkins, Grimshaw, Maynard & GIA Equation

London Bridge Station Redevelopment, London – WSP

Kawasaki Precision Machinery, Plymouth – Maser Lighting


Hospitality, Leisure and Faith Project of the Year

In association with Signify

Illuminate, London – Sutton Vane Associates

Paul Edmonds, London – Illuminationworks

Great Scotland Yard Hotel, London – TheisCraft

Nevill Holt Opera, Leicestershire – Max Fordham

Aberdeen Music Hall, Scotland – BDP

Kym’s, London – Into Lighting


Office, Education and Healthcare Lighting
Project of the Year

In association with Seoul Semicon

New headquarters for CDE Global, Cooktown, Northern Ireland – Chroma Lighting

University College London, Student Centre, BDP

Värde Partners Office, London – Susan Lake Lighting Design

HSBC Office Fit-out, Grosvenor House, Sheffield – Arup


Outdoor Lighting Project of the Year

In association with LEDFLEX

Kimpton Fitzroy, London – Lighting Design International

Illuminated River by Leo Villareal, London – in association with Illuminated River Foundation, Atelier Ten, LDS and Signify

Mercer St Art Installation, St Martin’s Courtyard, London – Studio 29

University of Sheffield Concourse, Sheffield – Arup


Interior Luminaire of the Year

In association with ThisisCraft

Vault – ateljé Lyktan

Lightcycle™ – Dyson

AERIAL™ – Soraa

Artius Track – Aurora

REVO – Tamlite

Florence+ – Whitecroft

DB X LED Engine – Orlight



Exterior Luminaire of the Year

In association with Falcon Events and Media

TAURUS – Tamlite

MPG-1N – Litho Circuits

LINEARlight Rigid FINESSE System – Osram

Palco InOut Framer – iGuzzini

Lumenquad – Lumenpulse

Lumenbeam Inground – Lumenpulse


Emergency Lighting Product of the Year

Lumitel® AST – Powered by Mymesh – Chess Wise


TrustSight LED Emergency Gen3 – Signify

Spazio PLUS – Zemper

XYLUX LR4 – Mackwell


Connected Lighting Innovation of the Year

In association with GOOEE

NearSky Smart City Platform – CIMCON Lighting

GenX Developer Kits – Itron

Starlite Connect – Tamlite

MiHome Smart Light Switch Chrome – Energenie

OCTO – Ansell Lighting


Enabling Technology of the Year

In association with lightspace

eldoLED DUALdrive platform- eldoLED

Lighting Reality PRO V2- Lighting Reality

S2F Series – Lensvector

ZEROBLUE™ Technology – Soraa

LM301H ONE – Samsung

LM302N – Samsung

T-series – Samsung

WICOP – Seoul Semiconductor

VEGA 07 module – Ledmotive

Dual Beam Technology – Megaman

AOne Rotary Dimmer – Aurora

Origin – Mackwell

Pico-COBs – Luminus


Controls Product of the Year

In association with LIA Laboratory

CMS Street Lighting Upgrade – City of London

e-Sense Organic G3 – Fagerhult

Lightview – Gooee

Iris – TheisCraft

Urban Node DC – Urban Control

Multi Control Dimmer – BP-LED

RoomSet – Helvar


Lighting for a Circular Economy Award

In association with Lumicom

Turbo charging the recycling of lighting products – Recolight

EWRG and Tamlite working with Asda – WERCS

The Handlebar Café – Michael Grubb Studio

Dark Source


Sales Team of the Year

In association with Parrot PR and Marketing






Supplier of the Year

In association with Clarion

DW Windsor

Ansell Lighting

FUTURE Designs


Designplan Lighting


Client of the Year

In association with Tamlite

Announced on the 14th November



SLL Young Lighter of the Year

In association with Society of Light and Lighting

Anna Wawrzyniak (Peter Andres Lichtplanung, Germany), A Light Booster Metro Car for the Commuting Work Force: Human Centric Lighting in Underground Transportation

Fatemeh Dastgheib (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm), Outdoor Lighting and Perception of Safety from a Female Perspective

Melissa Kennedy (WSP, London), Texture within the Light: Evaluating the Impact of Textured Light upon the Sensual Atmospheres within Art, Architecture and Design

Nils Voerste (Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany), Evidence based Lighting Design for Urban Environments: Natural and Artifical Lighting Impacts on Peoples’ Experiences of Public Space


Lux Person of the Year

In association with LuxReview

Announced on the 14th November



The Lux Awards will take place on the 14th November at the Hilton, Park Lane.

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