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LAMP Lighting Design Competition open for entries

June 1, 2016
by Canadian Architect

Screen Shot 2016-03-04 at 11.58.13 AML A M P (Lighting Architecture Movement Project) is preparing for its fourth annual international lighting design competition and is sending out a call for entries to designers worldwide to participate. The design event will be held this November in Vancouver, Canada. Submissions open on June 1st and the deadline for entries is August 15th, 2016. Visit for competition details and entry requirements.

L A M P offers participants the opportunity to exercise their talents for the chance to be part of a growing must-see exhibition that connects the local community with dynamic design. The competition challenges designers to approach their light fixtures with the guidance of a singular word. This year’s theme is Cosmic. There are three categories open for submissions, including student, emerging, and established designers. After reviewing all submissions, the esteemed panel of judges will make their decisions based on a set evaluation ranging from aesthetics, marketability, innovation, and unique interpretation of this year’s theme word.

Last year’s judges included: Nancy Bendtsen (Inform Interiors), Omer Arbel (Bocci Design), John Patkau (Patkau Architects), Tom Dixon, Michael Anastassiades, Falken Reynolds, and the team from ANDLIGHT (Lukas Peet, Caine Heintzman and Matt Davis).

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