Awards.

Our awards.

We are very proud of what we do and humble by the recognition and attention we have received over the years.

2022. Build Back Better GREEN Award. Winner. ‘We Share the Night’, Frederiksborgvej, Gladsaxe, Denmark.

2021. Build Back Better GREEN. Winner. Jørpelandsholmen, Norway.

2021. Dezeen Awards. Winner. Architectural lighting of the year. Maggie’s Centre, Leeds, UK.

2021. Dezeen Awards – Winner Peoples’ Choice Award. Architectural lighting of the year. Maggie’s Centre, Leeds, UK.

2021. Norwegian Lighting Award. Winner. Open Class Category. DNB Coin Collection, Oslo, NO.

2021. IALD Award of Excellence. Winner. Kungsträdgården, Stockholm, Sweden.

2021. Build Back Better GOLD. Winner. Musicon Path, Roskilde, Denmark.

2021. Swedish Lighting Award. Winner. Stockholm Central Station. Honourable Mention.

2021. Swedish Lighting Award. Winner. Östermalmshallen, Stockholm, SE. Honourable Mention.

2020. IALD Award of Excellence. Winner. The Twist, Kistefos Museum, Norway.

2020. Darc Awards. Second place. Best interior lighting scheme – Low budget category. Maggie’s Centre, Leeds, UK

2020. Darc Awards. Second place. Best exterior lighting scheme – Structures – High budget category, Øresund Bridge (SE/DK).

2020. Dezeen Awards. Winner. Best Architectural Lighting Design. Under, Norway.

2020. FX Awards. Winner. Best Lighting Design Project. Maggie’s Leeds, UK.

2020. Surface Design Awards. Winner. Light+Surface interior and exterior. Maggie’s Centre Leeds, UK.

2020. Lighting Design Awards. Winner. Lighting Design Practice of the Year.

2020. Lighting Design Awards. Highly Commended. Musicon Path, Roskilde, Denmark.

2019. German Design Award. Winner. The Lang. Top post luminaire, Neri.

2019. IALD Awards. Award of Merit. Stovnertårnet (The Stovner Tower), Oslo, Norway.

2019. Surface Design Awards. Winner. Light and Surface Exterior category. Story Wall, Eskilstuna, Sweden.

2019. Lamp Awards. Winner. Outdoor Lighting Category. The Musicon Path, Roskilde, Denmark.

2019. Norwegian Lighting Awards. Winner. Under, Lindesnes, Norway.

2019. Darc Awards. Winner. Under, Lindesnes, Norway.

2019. Darc Awards. Winner. The Musicon Path, Roskilde, Denmark.

2018. Lighting Design Awards. Commended. Heritage Project of the Year category. The Winter Garden, The Grand Hotel, Stockholm for.

2018. Lighting Design Awards. Highly Commended. Community & Public Realm Project of the Year category. Story Wall, Eskilstuna, Sweden.

2018. IALD Awards. Award of Merit. Svindersvik Bridge, Nacka, Stockholm, Sweden.

2018. IALD Awards. Award of Merit. Story Wall, Eskilstuna, Sweden.

2018. Swedish Lighting Award. Honourable Mention. Grand Hotel, Stockholm, Sweden.

2017. Darc Awards. Fourth place. Places – Low budget category. Rånåsfoss Powerplant, Norway.

2017. Darc Awards. Fourth place. Art – Low budget category. Story Wall, Eskilstuna, Sweden.

2017. Darc Awards. Second place. Spaces – Low budget category. The Tunnel at Farum City Square, Denmark.

2017. Swedish Lighting Award. Honourable mention. Koppartälten, Stockholm, Sweden.

2017. Norwegian Lighting Award. Honourable mention. Best Exterior Project. Lindebergtunnellen, Oslo, Norway.

2017. Lamp Awards. Finalist. Yellow Pavillion, London, UK.

2017. Blueprint Awards. Finalist. Best non-public project Commercial. Thames Tower, Reading, UK.

2017. Artistic Award. Winner. Ready Steady Light. Society of Light and Lighting.

2017. Norwegian Lighting Award. Winner. Open category. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway.

2017. Norwegian Lighting Award. Winner. Best Interior Project category. Rånåsfoss Hydro Power Station, Sørum Municipality, Norway.

2016. Darc Awards. Finalist. Landscape category. Yellow Pavillion, London, UK.

2016. IES (Illuminating Engineering Society of North America) Awards. Award of Merit. Østbanehallen, Oslo, Norway.

2016. IALD Awards. Award of Merit. Østbanehallen, Oslo, Norway.

2016. Lighting Design Awards. Highly recommended. Mall of Scandinavia, Stockholm, Sweden.

2016. Darc awards. Second place. Spaces – best landscape lighting scheme – high budget. Verdensparken, Furuset, Oslo Norway.

2016. Swedish Lighting Awards. Winner. King K36 office, Stockholm, Sweden.

2016. Nordic Lighting Awards. Winner. Østbanehallen, Oslo, Norway.

2016. City.People.Light by Philips Lighting and LUCI (Lighting Urban Community International). Winner. House of Music Area, Aalborg Denmark.

2016. Norwegian Lighting Awards. Winner. The Well, Oslo, Norway.

2015. Darc Awards. Finalist. Landscape category. Regent Hotel Porto, Montenegro.

2015. Darc Awards. Finalist. Interior category. CMS Cameron McKenna, London, UK.

2015. Norwegian Lighting Awards. Winner. Østbanehallen, Oslo, Norway.

2015. Swedish Lighting Awards. Honourable mention.

2014. German Design Awards. Special Mention. Helsingborg Waterfront, Helsingborg, Sweden.

2014. Damkrona-award. Winner. Grorudparken. NNCOLD (Norwegian National Committee on Large Dams), Oslo, Norway.

2014. Swedish Lighting Awards. Winner. The Royal Library Annexet, Stockholm, Sweden.

2014. Civic Trust Award. Winner. Aalborg Waterfront, Aalborg, Denmark.

2014. Norwegian Lighting Awards. Honourable mention.

2013. Swedish Lighting Awards. Winner. In the footsteps of giants, Åre, Sweden.

2013. Norwegian Lighting Awards. Honourable mention.

2013. Swedish Lighting Awards. Honourable mention.

2012. Lighting Design Awards. Winner. Workplace category. Bupa Wellness Centre, London, UK.

2012. Red Dot Design Awards. Winner. CityLite – bicycle light, Denmark.

2012. Ishøj municipality’s Architectural Award. Winner. Ishøj Station. Ishøj, Denmark.

2012. Swedish Lighting Awards. Honourable mention.

2011. Lighting Design Awards. Finalist. Heritage category. The Monument.

2011. Lighting Design Awards. Winner. Workplace category. KPMG, 15 Canada Square, London, UK.

2011. Danish Road Prize. Winner. Aalborg Waterfront, Aalborg Denmark.

2011. Danish Lighting Awards. Winner. Aalborg Waterfront, Aalborg Denmark.

2011. IALD Awards. Winner. Award of Excellence. Sustainability category. Helsingborg Waterfront, Helsingborg Sweden.

2011. Norwegian Lighting Awards. Honourable mention.

2010. Nordic Lighting Award. Winner. K:fem shopping centre, Stockholm, Sweden.

2010. RICS Awards. Overall runner up. The Monument, London, UK.

2010. Artistic Award. Winner. Ready Steady Light, Society of Light and Lighting.

2010. Technical Award. Winner. Ready Steady Light, Society of Light and Lighting.

2010. RICS Awards. Winner. Building Conservation. The Monument, London, UK.

2010. RIBA Awards. Winner. The Monument for Refurbishment, London, UK.

2010. LumiVille. Winner. Espace Public category. Nyborg Bridges, Nyborg, Denmark.

2010. IALD Awards. Award of Excellence. Nyborg Bridges, Nyborg, Denmark.

2010. IALD Awards. Award of Excellence. Eriksberg crane, Gothenburg, Sweden.

2009. Danish Lighting Awards. Honourable mention.

2009. IALD Awards. Special mention. K:fem, Stockholm Sweden.

2009. Peer Award. Winner. Ready Steady Light, Society of Light and Lighting.

2009. Danish Lighting Awards. Honourable mention.

2009. Swedish Lighting Awards. Honourable mention.

2008. Building Awards. Winner. Major Housing Project of the Year. Tabard Square, London, UK.

2008. RIBA Awards. Winner. The Listed Wind Tunnels, Farnborough Business Park, Hampshire, UK.

2008. Swedish Lighting Award. Winner. K:fem, Stockholm Sweden.

2008. Danish Lighting Awards. Honourable mention.

2007. Lighting Design Awards. Commended. Transport. Central Park Manchester.

2007. Building for Life Standards GOLD STANDARD. Winner. Tabard Square, London, UK.

2007. The Royal Horticultural Society at Chelsea Flower Show. Silver Medal. Courtyard Garden London, UK.

2007. Housing Design Awards. Overall Winner. Tabard Square, London, UK.

2007. RIBA Awards. Winner. The Re-erected former Portable Airship Hangar, Farnborough Business Park, Hampshire, UK.

2007. Swedish Lighting Awards. Honourable mention.

2006. Solna Urban Environmental Prize. Winner. Solna Business Park, Stockholm Sweden.

2006. House Building Innovation Awards. Winner. Best Initiative. Tabard Square, London, UK.

2006. LumiVille. Winner. Espace Public category. Fredriksberg Nye Pladser, Fredriksberg Denmark.

2005. Lighting Design Awards. Finalist. Highly Commended. Special Projects category. Dragon Yard, London, UK.

2005. Swedish Lighting Awards. Honourable mention.

2004. Lighting Design Awards. Highly Commended. Workplace category. Diageo Headquarters, London, UK.

2004. Lighting Design Awards. Finalist. Highly Commended. Workplace category. Empress State Building, London, UK.

2004. Swedish Lighting Awards. Honourable mention.

2002. Trophée Européen de la Lumière, First prise. Nordic Light Hotel, Stockholm, Sweden.

2002. Swedish Lighting Awards. Honourable mention.

1994. Swedish Lighting Awards. Honourable mention.

 

 

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