Deadline: 30 January 2017 Open to: anyone intrested in lighting projects, design, environment Award: the total prize fund is USD 8,500, of which USD 5,000 are reserved for the 1st Prize-winning project
The 3rd edition of the CLUE (Community Lighting for the Urban Environment) International Lighting Design Competition, themed “One for light, light for all” is now open for registration.
Since 2004, the CLUE Foundation has been holding this international design competition to annually recognizes the best in lighting projects that stand out for their quality of innovation.
Proposals should suit the context of a public space—interior or exterior—and should answer a social need while improving the quality of life and having a positive impact on the community, all through the personalization of lighting.
There are no budgetary or technological limitations, and candidates are given carte blanche to present inventive lighting solutions. Proposals will be evaluated on the relevance and the originality of their approach.
It’s free to enter;
Prizes will be awarded on merit by an international jury composed of professionals in the fields of design and urban planning. The total prize fund is USD 8,500, of which USD 5,000 are reserved for the 1st Prize-winning project.