Winner 2022 - The Schwarzman Center Renovation at Yale University by L'Observatoire International (photo: Francis Dzikowski/ Otto)
Switzerland – The LIT Lighting Design Awards is now accepting submissions for its annual event, recognising and celebrating the best in lighting design from around the world.
For the 7th edition, the LIT Lighting Design Awards is now featuring a new section dedicated to entertainment lighting design. This award is a billed as a cross-disciplinary platform from which to promote your designs to a truly international market’.
With 31 categories in architectural lighting design, 15 categories in entertainment lighting design and 44 categories in lighting product design represented, the programme aims to ‘unite creativity, and innovation’.
In 2022, the programme received over 650 submissions from 51 countries. L'Observatoire International was awarded the Lighting Design of the Year title for the Hermès’ collections at Milan Design Week 2022 and Expolight won the Lighting Product Design of the Year award for the Chandelier in the B14 UNIT City business space. Other winners in included Licht Kunst Licht, brandston partnership inc, dpa Lighting Consultants, Lucent Lighting Design and Consulting and Light Collab. Nominees in Lighting Product category were Maytoni, Ayrton, Nulty Bespoke, BuzziSpace, A-Light and many more.
The LIT Design Awards also recognises the importance of sustainability in lighting design and designers can now share their approach as a way to consider the long-term effects of lighting solutions on natural resources and the carbon footprint.
"At the LIT Lighting Design Awards, we strive to promote diversity and innovative designs globally; looking at new innovative architectural lighting solutions, contemporary light art projects and latest lighting product installations." said programme director, Astrid Hébert. "We are proud to support professionals, both established and emerging, as they develop new sustainable approaches. Join us in 2023 as we continue to showcase lighting excellence."
The 2023 jury, composed of 35 experienced designers, lighting experts, academics and media representatives will select the winners in each category in November 2023.
Winners will receive extensive publicity over the next year to present their design vision to a global audience. The LIT Awards 2023 recipients will be featured in the annual Book of Design, which will be distributed worldwide: They will also receive the LIT Lighting Design Awards certificate and badge of achievement, as well as a year-round profile in the LIT Awards Online Directory.
Lighting designers and implementers can take advantage of the 10% Early Bird discount for submissions made before 24 April 2022. For more information and to submit the work, visit

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