Deadline: 30 January 2018
Open to: upcoming professional with five (5) years or less of experience, students, individuals, trainees, or firms
Award: a total of 8,500 USD will be awarded in prizes, of which 5,000 USD is reserved for the best design
CLU Foundation has launched the 4th edition of its CLUE (Community Lighting for the Urban Environment) International Lighting Design Competition. This time the competition is themed: Light and the Senses, and is all about designing public spaces which stimulate the human senses.
Since 2004, the CLU Foundation has been hosting this international design competition to annually recognizes the best in lighting projects that stand out for their quality of innovation.
The competition is open worldwide to upcoming professional with five (5) years or less of experience, students, individuals, trainees, or firms, industrial designers, architects, engineers, landscape architects, artists, etc.
Multidisciplinary teams are also eligible.
In early March, 2018, a total of USD 8,500 will be awarded in prizes, of which USD 5,000 are reserved for the best design. Prizes will be awarded on merit by an international jury composed of professionals in the fields of design and urban planning.
The first place winner will also have a chance to attend LIGHTFAIR International (LFI) – held in Chicago, USA, 8—10 May, 2018.
In order to apply follow this link.
For the information please visit the official website.