Architainment Lighting, current Supplier of the Year, is proud to announce that five projects where the company has supplied the lighting technology have been recognised on the Lighting Design Award’s shortlist.
Lighting Design Awards
recognise the best in class for 2019 across the lighting industry, including projects across a range of different sectors.
Two projects from leading lighting designers Spiers and Major have made the shortlist – HIDE, London in the Restaurant Project of the Year category and Gasholders, London for Heritage Project of the Year.
Renowned lighting designers Studio Fractal have also secured three slots on the shortlist. The lighting at the Royal Opera House is in the running for Best Leisure Project of the Year, while the practice’s London Wall Place project is on the shortlist in the Public Realm and Landscape Project of the Year. In the Retail Project of the Year category is their work at Grace Han, London.
Neil Gamble, Sales Director of Architainment Lighting said:
It’s always a great endorsement to see projects where Architainment has been involved shortlisted for awards. Each of these projects
representground-breaking and thought-provoking designs so it’s fantastic to see them getting the industry recognition they deserve. We enjoyed working on every one of these projects with the teams at Spiers and Major and Studio Fractal. We wish them every success at the awards evening and we’re looking forward to partnering with them again in the future.
Neil Gamble, Sales Director of Architainment Lighting
The Lighting Design Awards will take place on Thursday 16th May in London, where the winners will be announced.
Architainment Lighting supplies a range of market-leading LED lighting brands for architectural and entertainment projects across the UK. These include Alto, Color Kinetics, Dynalite, Ecosense and Lumascape.
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