DALI Lighting Awards winners announced
Wednesday, 27 January 2021
dali-winners-montageThe awards celebrate the best use of DALI control solutions
USA - The DALI Alliance (DiiA), the global industry organisation for DALI lighting control, has announced the winners of the inaugural DALI Lighting Awards during a virtual ceremony.
Held in association with arc (the international architectural lighting design magazine) and the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD), the awards celebrate the best use of DALI control solutions in international lighting projects as well as recognizing the value of delivering quality illumination to clients and end-users.
A broad range of commercial, architectural and industrial lighting projects linked with DALI technology were nominated. The competition selected winners in different categories for indoor and outdoor lighting alongside a separate category for projects employing outstanding use of certified Zhaga-D4i products.
Judges for this year’s DALI Lighting Awards included Matt Waring, the editor of arc magazine; lighting designer Tad Trylski, an active member of the IALD and former chair of its industry liaison group; and Scott Wade, technical and certification manager for the DALI Alliance.
“The inaugural DALI Lighting awards have been a huge success with a substantial number of project entries in a wide range of sizes and applications across the world,” said Paul Drosihn, GM of the DALI Lighting Alliance. “The nominations showcase plenty of creative and technical merit with DALI being utilised to solve many different lighting control challenges. Many thanks to those who participated, and huge congratulations to all our winners.”
The winners are:
Best large indoor lighting control project (using more than 500 luminaires): Laing O’Rourke - Manchester Airport Terminal 2 Extension and New Piers (UK)
Best medium indoor lighting control project (using between 65 and 500 luminaires): Schuler Shook - The Leonardian Auditorium at St Leonard's College (Australia)
Best small indoor lighting control project (Up to 64 luminaires): Morlights - Chicago History Museum’s Crown Lunchroom (USA)
Best use of DALI in outdoor lighting: Helvar - Column of the Immaculate Conception (Italy)
Best use of Zhaga-D4i: Comlight - District Road 51 from Tengs to Bjerkreim (Norway)

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