GE Award for Residential Design
*NEW with 2015 Program*
A majority of lighting products used on projects must be GE LED Lighting Products.
Residential lighting projects submitted as entrants to the GE Edison Award competition are also entered into a special category established for residential projects only. Read more
The Award for Residential Design was instituted to encourage the submittal of residential lighting projects, which are often smaller in scale than those typically chosen as GE Edison Award winners.
Residential lighting projects received as entrants to the GE Edison Award competition are also entered into this special category.
An Award for Residential Design may be presented to that project which best exemplifies excellence in lighting design within a residential application. Expected features of this design would include innovative application(s) of light and the creative integration of lighting layers and controls.
Congratulations to Claudio Ramos, Hiram Banks, Erin Sudderth, Matt Landl of BANKS|RAMOS Architectural Lighting Design (San Francisco, California, USA) for winning the 2014 GE Edison Award for lighting Square Inc. Headquarters in San Francisco, California, USA. A personalized Steuben crystal was presented by GE Lighting on May 4, 2015 in New York, New York, USA.
The 2015 GE Edison Award competition, sponsored by GE Lighting, is open to those lighting professionals who creatively employ significant use of GE LED Lighting Products, including LED systems, LED luminaires, LED architectural products, LED lamps and modules, and lighting controls (“GE LED Lighting products”) in a lighting design project completed during the 2014 and 2015 calendar years (from 01 January 2014 through 31 December 2015). Deadline for submissions is 18 January 2016 by 5:00 pm EST. Also required: a GE Photography Release Form complete with required signatures, which must be received for the entry to be considered complete for judging.
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