This past weekend LAMP (Lighting Architecture Movement Project) celebrated the best in established, emerging and student designers from around the globe at its fourth annual international lighting design competition in Vancouver, Canada.
"This year's 'Cosmic' themed L A M P competition explored the link between sculptural object and far-reaching technologies”, says judge Rosie Li from Rosie Li Studio in Brooklyn, New York. “As a judge, I was delighted to see each entry present a unique vision of the future. May we all - as artists, designers, and makers - continue exploring these visions to define a creative future where art and science blend together."
L A M P aims to introduce a broader audience to lighting design while promoting and connecting emerging talent to new markets.
Here are the top designs in the categories of established, emerging and student designers:
Emerging Winner: 'Antitesi’ by Luca Mazzon & Alessandro Dadone from Como & Bra, Italy
Established Second Place: 'Diaphanous' by Matthew Kennedy from Chilliwack, B.C., Canada
Student Runner up: 'Cosmos' by Nathaniel Ng from Singapore
Photo credits: L A M P