2022 ARCHITECT Light & Architecture Design Award Winners

2022 ARCHITECT Light & Architecture Design Award Winners

The 18th annual ARCHITECT Light-weight & Architecture Structure Awards function bold and subtle successful styles

The 18th annual ARCHITECT Light-weight & Architecture Structure Awards function bold and subtle successful styles that inform a tale, from New York and Houston to Jingdezhen, China. The Honor Award represents the maximum achievement, and the Merit Award represents distinguished achievement.

The 2022 jury provided Joyce Hahn of Arup in Los Angeles Nelson Jenkins, AIA, of Lumen Architecture in New York and Likhitha Rangaswamy of Oculus Gentle Studio in Seattle.

Of the 101 submissions from close to the globe, the jury recognized six projects for their artistry, storytelling, and transformative qualities in four lighting classes: complete developing, exterior, interior, and exhibition and installations.

2022 Light & Architecture Style Awards Jury

Joyce Hahn
Arup, Los Angeles
Joyce Hahn is a lights designer and daylighting expert at Arup in L.A. She is a graduate of the College of Southern California’s Master of Creating Science software and has a B.Arch from College of California, Berkeley’s Faculty of Environmental Design. She has 12 decades encounter in the style market, and has practiced lighting style and design for the previous six. She thinks in a holistic solution to lights style and design and in going the lights industry toward a far more sustainable follow. She considers the organic earth as the top inspiration to produce encounters with mild.

Nelson Jenkins, AIA
Lumen Architecture, New York
Nelson Jenkins is an award-profitable lighting designer whose consultancy practice, involvement in the professional local community, and educating passions encourage creative work in the ever-evolving discipline of lighting design and style. As the founder of Lumen Architecture, he functions on a assortment projects, the diversity of which enabled him to hone his experience in the poetic use of light.

Likhitha Rangaswamy
Oculus Style Studio, Seattle
A lighting designer with a background in architectural design and style, Likhitha Rangaswamy thinks gentle is a highly effective medium in shaping our spatial working experience. With a B.Arch and a master’s diploma in building science, she enjoys integrating the complex and inventive factors of lighting design making a cohesive, human-centered style. She is a member of the Illumination Engineering Culture and serves as a senior lights designer at Oculus Mild Studio in Seattle with task sorts ranging from high-conclusion household and office TIs to aquariums. She strives to include benefit to projects by thoroughly crafting mild for visible consolation evoking an psychological reaction.