IALD 2006 Lighting Design Award Winners
The International Assn. of Lighting Designer’s 2006 Lighting Design Awards was a competition of firsts for the 23-year-old program. Of the 23 projects recognized with awards this year, one project won the elusive sustainable design award. Also, for the first time since projects were judged by category, residential projects were recognized with awards this year. All awards were bestowed by the IALD during its 23rd Annual IALD Lighting Design Awards Presentation on May 31, held in conjunction with Lightfair International.
Several engineering firms and projects featured in the pages of Consulting-Specifying Engineer were among the winners, including:
David L. Lawrence Convention Center , Pittsburgh. Principal lighting designer on the project was Keith Yancey of Lam Partners in Cambridge, Mass.
Bellevue Hospital New Ambulatory Care Center , New York. Principal lighting designer on the project was Stephen Margulies, IALD, of Cosentini Lighting Design in New York City.
Detroit Athletic Club, Detroit. Principal lighting designer on the project was Jeff Gerwing, IALD, of Detroit-based SmithGroup.
Established in 1983 and co-sponsored by Professional Lighting Design magazine, the IALD Lighting Design Awards program honors lighting projects that display high aesthetic achievement backed by technical expertise.
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