37th Annual IALD International Lighting Design Awards Last Call for Entries

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Oct 23, 2019

The IALD International Lighting Design Awards, the longest running international lighting design awards program, is the highest honor in the profession recognizing work that reaches new heights and represents excellence in aesthetic and technical achievement. Since 1983, the awards program has supported the mission and vision of IALD—raising the profile of the profession and demonstrating the visible success of lighting design.

There is no minimum or maximum number of awards granted. Awards of Excellence and Awards of Merit are based on points earned for both aesthetic and technical design achievement. Recognition in the form of a Special Citation may be given for a particularly innovative aspect of a project’s lighting design.

The top honor of the IALD International Lighting Design Awards, IALD’s Radiance Award, will be presented to the project that is judged among all submittals to be the finest example of lighting design excellence (based on the highest point score).

How to Submit

Projects may only be submitted via our online submission system at iald.me/awardscall.

Entrants should visit www.iald.org/awards to view the latest Call for Entries materials and upload their submission materials.

Final Deadline: 4 November 2019

Deadline is at 11:59 P.M. (US Central) on the date listed.

Entry Fees

IALD Members $190 USD

Non-IALD Members $290 USD

Go HERE for more information

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