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Lux Awards 2020: Shortlist announced

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A team of expert judges – consisting of experienced lighting professionals, designers and end users of lighting – have considered the entries and whittled down the list to just those schemes that they believe have a shot at winning a coveted Lux Award trophy.

THE SHORTLIST for the 2020 Lux Awards has been announced and this year the list features a whole host of innovative projects and inventive new technologies.

A team of expert judges – consisting of experienced lighting professionals, designers and end users of lighting – have considered the entries and whittled down the list to just those schemes that they believe have a shot at winning a coveted Lux Award trophy.

See the winners revealed at the Lux Awards 2020 digital ceremony which closes the LuxLive Digital Festival of Lighting at 4pm on Thursday 12 November. 

LUX AWARDS 2020 SHORTLIST iN FULL

Retail Lighting Project of the Year

Harrods Men’s Shoes Department, London – Lighting Design International

Icon Outlet at the O2, London – Hoare Lea

Lush, Liverpool – Michael Grubb Studio

Marks & Spencer, Nationwide – Signify

Industrial and Transport Lighting Project of the Year

Gloucester Green Car Park, Oxford – Oxford City Council

Paddington Station, Elizabeth Line, London – WSP

Hospitality, Leisure and Faith Lighting Project of the Year

Church of St Faith, Overbury, Worcestershire – dpa lighting consultants

St Matthias Church, London – CES Lighting & Electrical Specialists

The Standard Hotel, London – Isometrix Lighting + Design

Royal Opera House, London – StudioFractal

Office, Education and Healthcare Lighting Project of the Year

Barings Bank, London – Hoare Lea

Heanor Park Care Home, Derbyshire – amBX

Teaching and Learning Building, University of Birmingham – BDP

West Downs Campus, University of Winchester – Michael Grubb Studio

Outdoor Lighting Project of the Year

The Iron Bridge, Shropshire – LPA Lighting

Quadrant Arcade, London – AECOM

Royal Liver Building, Liverpool – Arup

Sayer Street and The Meadow, London – Michael Grubb Studio

Interior Luminaire of the Year

Air-Lume – Trinity Lighting

Blade R – iGuzzini

Prismpack – Holophane Europe

Exterior Luminaire of the Year

Link2Home camera floodlight – Link2Home UK

Stealth with SAM – Acrospire Products

Xeon – Eclatec

Emergency Lighting Product of the Year
in association with RP-Technik

Alya – Fox Lux

Dimming Halo Emergency – Liteplan Emergency Lighting

Integrated Sensor and Emergency Light – Simmtronic

Safecility wireless emergency lighting control – Safecility

Connected Lighting Innovation of the Year

Biolux HCL – Ledvance

Lys Button and Light Diet – Lys

Trulifi – Signify

Enabling Technology of the Year

Ilona-Zoom – LEDil

LH281H – Samsung Electronics

Vesta Thrive – Bridgelux

Controls Product of the Year

ActiveAhead Generation 2 – Helvar

Comlight Zhaga Radar Sensor – Smart City Products

Gesture contactless light switch – Verde LED

Supplier of the Year

Hacel Lighting

Skinflint

Thorlux Lighting

Client of the Year

To be announced during the ceremony

Young Lighter of the Year

In association with the Society of Light and Lighting

Shortlist to be announced

Lux Person of the Year

To be announced during the ceremony

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