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Cooledge honored at 40th Lighting Design Awards with Interior Luminaire of the Year

May 12, 2016

LONDON, UK, MAY 12, 2016 – Alongside many of the most respected names in lighting, Cooledge was honored to receive the Lighting Design Award for Interior Luminaire at the Lighting Design Awards 2016.

“Our team around the world is more than thrilled with the recognition of the work we are doing to transform lighting by materializing light,” said Wade Sheen, CEO of Cooledge.

The Judging panel, led by the esteemed Howard Brandston, selected winners in 14 different categories with entries from around the world. Other winners at the annual event included lighting designer of the year, Gerd Pfarré and lighting design practice of the year, Arup.

The Lighting Design Award is the second honor in as many months for Cooledge which received the Innovation Award Architecture+ Technology from AIT and xia Intelligente Architektur at Light+Building 2016.

About Cooledge
Cooledge is changing the way light is materialized and integrated in architectural design, offering creatives the ability to transform the environments they design in new and unexpected ways. Its TILE and LINE solutions offer a simple, scalable and uniform lighting solution for ceilings, walls, displays, and architectural elements. Cooledge is widely used for luminous surfaces and very low profile installations in retail, office, entertainment, and hospitality environments around the world.

Introduced in 2013, Cooledge’s lighting material received a Design Excellence Award for its innovative approach to advancing the state-of-the-art in lighting. Cooledge’s flexible LED lighting solutions are sustainable and energy efficient, and simplify the selection, specification and installation processes.

Cooledge is based in Vancouver, Canada with offices in Europe and Asia.

 

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The Lighting Design Award was received by Kuldeep Vali and Katharina von Buelow.