Lux Awards 2015 - Winner
Winning Project - Office and Workplace Lighting Project of the Year
Sainsbury's Digital Hub, London
Sainsbury’s Digital Hub won the Lux Awards 2015 Office and Workplace Lighting Project of the Year category at the awards ceremonies in London on the 19 November 2015. We worked closely with Cundalls on the project as the dynamic white Zeta and Lightnet’s Basic, Ringo Star and bespoke Matric were all specified for the job.
We're proud that two of our projects were winners in the prestigious Lighting Design Awards. We supplied and installed cold cathode lighting on the celebrated Saltburn Pier and the atmospheric Royal Academy of Arts, but we can't take all the credit. We mustn't forget the designers' dynamic vision and the trust they placed in us to realise their creativity.
Lighting Design Awards 2006 - Winner
Winning Project - Transport Category
Saltburn Pier Project, North Yorkshire
Specifed by LDC, Kemps were asked to design and supply a bespoke cold cathode external IP-rated luminaire that would stand up to the harsh conditions on the North East coastline. Today, we still carry out a yearly strip-clean to keep the sand and salt at bay and ensure that this beautiful lightscape will withstand the test of time.
Lighting Design Awards 2005 - Winner
Winning Project - Retail Category
Royal Academy of Arts, London
DHA Design were the successful lighting designers on this world famous London landmark. Kemps were specified to supply and install the RGB Cold Cathode to around 40 floating ovals on the ceiling. Using our Aurora system, the stunning colour changes create a fantastic mood which obviously caught the judges' eyes.
Showcasing the best in British architecture, the RIBA awards are an exciting source of inspiration. We looked through all the winners to pick our four favourite projects for architectural lighting innovation.