Lux Awards 2012: the full shortlist

Judging for the Lux Awards is complete and the full shortlist can now be revealed.

More than 200 entries came through the door this year so the panel of judges faced a difficult task to narrow it down. All that remains is for the winners in each category to be revealed in a glittering ceremony at the Natural History Museum on Tuesday 6 November. And don’t forget to join us for the after-show party in association with ACDC.

So, without further ado, the nominees are:

Client of the Year in association with Thorn
Capital Shopping Centres – nominated by Admiral Power and Lighting
Oxford University – nominated by CBG Consultants
Network Rail – nominated by Arup
Next – nominated by Projection Lighting
Manchester Airport – nominated by MHA Lighting
Princess Alexander Hospital – nominated by ArmadilloLED
Waitrose – nominated by Synergys

Lighting Design Practice of the Year in association with Projection Lighting
Paul Nulty Lighting Design
Sutton Vane Associates

Manufacturer of the Year in association with Corrigan Bentley
Edge Lighting
Harvard Engineering
Toshiba Lighting

Controls Innovation of the Year in association with Wila
50W LED Driver Platform – EldoLED
OccuSwitch Wireless – Philips Lighting UK
Part Night – Venture Lighting Europe
Wireless E-Sense Connect – Fagerhult

Light Source Innovation of the Year in association with Luxonic
E-Core Candle – Toshiba
Luxeon Z – Philips Lumileds
Perfect Fit GU10 lamp – Philips Lighting

Interior Luminaire of the Year in association with Harvard Engineering
Aurista – Trilux
Foil LED – Whitecroft Lighting
Laser Blade – iGuzzini
Metroled – Universal Fibre Optics

Exterior Luminaire of the Year in association with Philips Lumileds
Aeroblades – Cree and Speirs + Major
Archer edge-lit luminaire – Fern Howard
Axia – Urbis
Solar Paddle – Zeta Specialist Lighting

SLL Young Lighter of the Year in association with Philips
Sophia Klees
Shane Nolan
Sabine De Schutter
Despina Tselegkaridou

Architectural Lighting Project of the Year in association with Havells-Sylvania
Worth Abbey Church, East Sussex – DPA Lighting Design
Twin Sails Bridge, Poole – Speirs + Major
Titanic Signature Building, Belfast – Sutton Vane Associates

Commercial Project of the Year in association with Toshiba
2 Waterhouse Square, London – Hoare Lea Lighting
Central Search Area, Gatwick Airport – Morgan Sindall Professional Service and Phi Lighting
Fenchurch Street Station, London – Riegens Lighting
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, London – Troup Bywaters & Anders
Rothschild Bank, London – GIA Equation

Industrial Project of the Year in association with Lightworks + Hoffmeister
Mabey Bridge wind turbine factory, Chepstow – Holophane Europe
Vaillant factory, Derbyshire – Interior Control
Royal Mail National Distribution Centre, Daventry – Philips Lighting

Retail and Leisure Project of the Year in association with Osram
Boux Avenue – Fagerhult
Bread Street Kitchen, London – Hoare Lea Lighting
Manchester United Stadium Store – Paul Nulty Lighting Design
Morrisons, Stanground, Peterborough – Morrisons plc and NG Bailey

Retrofit Lighting Project of the Year in association with PhotonStar
City South Housing, Manchester – Designplan
The Crown Jewels, Tower of London – Sutton Vane Associates
Finsbury Park Station, London – Holophane Europe
Nando’s, Clink Street, London – NRGstar
National Gallery, London – Open Technology
Brompton Barracks, Kent – Toshiba
Next, nationwide – Projection Lighting
Royal College of Music, London – Toshiba

Urban Lighting Project of the Year in association with EcoSense
Bradford City Park – Arup
Exhibition Road, London – Project Centre
Leicester Square, London – Burns + Nice
Light Veils, Weymouth – Aquila Design/PB
London 2012 Olympic Park landscape and public realm – Sutton Vane Associates

Recycling Award in association with Recolight and Lumicom
Balcan Engineering
Skinflint Design

The Lux Person of the Year Award, in association with One-Lux, will be announced on the night of the award ceremony.

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