A night of achievement at the Lighting Design Awards 2017

Friday, May 12, 2017

Lighting Design Awards

Last week we had the pleasure of attending the forty-first annual Lighting Design Awards. The event was a celebration of the international lighting design innovation of the past year, with projects recognised from fifteen different countries across the world.

Among the winners were our clients Speirs & Major who won the Community and Public Realm Project of the Year for Gasholder Park at King’s Cross, London. The stunning redevelopment transformed a grade II listed historic gasholding structure into an urban park and events space.


Picture courtesy of Architectural Lighting Magazine

Having previously supplied lighting components for another project in the Kings Cross area, it’s fantastic to see this project recognised for playing an exciting role in the regeneration of this historic part of our capital.

Also nominated for an award were our longstanding client Cinimod Studio, who were shortlisted within the Leisure category for their Paris Eurostar project.


Picture courtesy of Cinimod Studio.

We supplied our Zeta fitting for Cinomod’s lighting scheme within the station’s beautiful new Business Premier Lounge. They were pipped to the post by Foster and Partner who won the category for their stunning Swiss Country Club project.


The evening was a fantastic celebration of how much continues to evolve within the lighting design industry, even just over the space of a year.

Attending the awards is a real inspiration for the Kemps team. It reminds us to keep on pushing the boundaries; further refining and developing our technologies and product range in order to achieve increasingly impactful designs alongside our clients and partners. 

Got an upcoming project and want to discuss your lighting requirements with us?  If so, you can reach us on 0113 263 9039 or info@kempslighting.com.

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