PEACHTREE CITY, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Power management company Eaton today announced the winners of the 37th
Annual SOURCE Awards national lighting design competition held by its Cooper
Lighting Division. The winners were recognized at LIGHTFAIR®
International 2014 held on June 2, in Las Vegas. Five professional
awards and five student awards were presented.
Singer and Associates, Inc., Basalt, Colorado, and designers
Robert Singer, Kim Quint and Jason Diaz for the lighting design of the
Morningstar Residence, Aspen, Colorado.
The annual competition, which began in 1977, focuses on furthering the
understanding, knowledge and function of lighting as a primary element
in design and requires the predominant use of lighting and controls
products from Eaton’s Cooper Lighting business. Entries are judged on
the blending of aesthetics, creative achievement, technical performance
and the degree in which the lighting meets the project constraints and
design concept goals.
“We congratulate the talented professional and student winners of this
year’s SOURCE Awards competition,” said Mark Eubanks, president, Eaton’s
Cooper Lighting Division. “We are always impressed with the outstanding
quality of work and this year is no exception with the creativity,
sustainability, as well as the beautiful integration of lighting and
controls products into these outstanding architectural projects.”
The 2014 winners include:
Professional Residential Category
Professional Commercial Category
De Alessi Lighting Design, Seattle, Washington, and the design
team of Ross De Alessi, Norm Spencer and Neil Reeder for the lighting
of The Gallery at the Historic Museum of Natural History Restoration
Hardware store in Boston, Massachusetts.
Honorable Mention: GWA
Lighting, Narberth, Pennsylvania, and the team of Mark Harris,
Anne Flaherty and Ryan Linton for the Omni Convention Center and
Country Music Hall of Fame Expansion project in Nashville, Tennessee.
Awards of Recognition: Tec
Studio Inc., Columbus, Ohio, and designer Ardra Paige Zinkon for
the lighting design of the Cuyahoga County Public Library – Garfield
Heights Branch, Garfield Heights, Ohio; and Horton
Lees Brogden Lighting Design, Inc., Culver City, California, and
designers E. Teal Brogden, HT Tina Aghassian, Clifton Manahan, Jae
Yong Suk and Alexis Schlemer for the curbside lighting enhancements
project at the LAX Tom Bradley International Airport in Los Angeles,
Winner: Hazel Chang from Appalachian State University, Boone, North
Carolina, for her conceptual lighting design restaurant project,
titled Light the Carnivore Restaurant on Fire. Chang was under
the direction of Jeanne Mercer-Ballard, associate professor of the
Interior Design Program at Appalachian Sate University.
Honorable Mentions: Rachel Harris and Courtenay Wright from the
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, for their historical
preservation project of the First German Reform Church, titled Rock
Hallelujah; Juan Acosta and Michael Hawkins from Parsons The New
School for Design, New York, New York, won for their conceptual
lighting design project of the Light and Dark Institute’s corporate
building, titled The Light and Dark Institute; and Jiyoung Bae,
also from Parsons The New School for Design, was awarded for her
commercial building that functions as a light lab, exhibition and
educational space, titled Reaching for the Sky.Harris
and Wright were under the direction of Brian Davies, associate
professor at the University of Cincinnati'sCollege of Design,
Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP), while Acosta, Hawkins and Bae
were under the direction of Derek Porter, associate professor and
director of the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Lighting Design program at
Award of Recognition: Kayla Johnson from University of Florida,
Gainesville, Florida, won for her conceptual lighting design of her Ideaology
corporate office. Kayla was under the direction of Dr. Nam-Kyu
Park, associate professor in the Department of Interior Design at the
University of Florida’s College of Design, Construction and Planning.
Professional winners Robert Singer and Associates, Inc. and Ross De
Alessi Lighting Design each received a $2,000 monetary award. Student
winner Chang received $1,500 and each of the other Honorable Mention
students was awarded $500. All winners were presented with a crystal
trophy and offered an invitation to attend a complimentary class at the
SOURCE, the Lighting business’ state-of-the-art education center located
at the company’s headquarters in Peachtree City, Georgia. The students’
instructors are also invited to attend a class.
For additional information on the winners or to learn about this year’s
38th Annual SOURCE Awards competition, please visit www.cooperlighting.com/sourceawards.
Eaton’s Cooper Lighting Division delivers a range of innovative and
reliable indoor and outdoor lighting solutions, as well as controls
products specifically designed to maximize performance, energy
efficiency and cost savings. The Lighting business serves customers in
the commercial, industrial, retail, institutional, residential, utility
and other markets.
Eaton’s Electrical Sector is a global leader with expertise in power
distribution and circuit protection; backup power protection; control
and automation; lighting and security; structural solutions and wiring
devices; solutions for harsh and hazardous environments; and engineering
services. Eaton is positioned through its global solutions to answer
today’s most critical electrical power management challenges.
Eaton is a power management company with 2013 sales of $22.0 billion.
Eaton provides energy-efficient solutions that help our customers
effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power more
efficiently, safely and sustainably. Eaton has approximately 101,000
employees and sells products to customers in more than 175 countries.
For more information, visit www.eaton.com.
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Eaton’s Cooper Lighting business
Karin Martin, 630-513-8625
Source: Eaton’s Cooper Lighting business