LIT 2019 Winners Celebration in Frankfurt

Unfortunately, we had to postpone, then canceled the 2019 Winners events due to the Covid-19 health crisis. We will be celebrating the 2019 & 2020 Winners together next year!

 


LIT Design Awards Winner’s Evening, 3rd of October 2019

In the past 2 years we’ve brought LIT Design Awards lighting events to Tokyo, Philadelphia, São Paulo, and now Budapest!

We would like to thank everyone who joined us for an exclusive evening celebrating the winners of the 2018 LIT Design Awards at the Private Members Club, Brody Studios Budapest on Thursday 3rd of October 2019.

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LIT Awards Ceremony x LED Forum, 15th of August 2019

Partnering with the 10th edition of the LEDforum in São Paulo, the LIT Design Awards presented 10 winning designers with the LIT Winner’s Certificate and two LIT Trophies. Martina Weiss represented Licht Kunst Licht, our Lighting Designer of the Year, in receiving the trophy for Bike Square, Novartis Campus in Basel. And Maria Flavia Portes received the LIT Trophy as well on behalf of FLOS, our Lighting Product Design of the Year for Michael Anastassiades’ design Arrangements.

Additional LIT Category Winners that received recognition at the LIT Awards Ceremony x LED Forum include: Mark Major accepting on behalf of Speirs + Major for the Gasholders London lighting design; Mariana Novaes accepting on behalf of Atiaîa Lighting Design for Letras HQ; Carlos Fortes representing his firm Estúdio Carlos Fortes for the Sauer Jewelry lighting display; Renata Fongaro on behalf of studio 220v for the LIT winning project Bar dos Arcos; Marina Makowiecky received the LIT Certificate for Allume Arquitetura de Iluminação for CASA 01; Claudia Mingrone accepting on behalf of Mingrone Iluminação for their lighting design in the Localiza Building; Ricardo Fahl with Omega Light accepting the certificate for the PEG product design; and finally, Juan Carlos Fabra received the award for his lighting design of the Hotel Hampton by Hilton located in Montevideo, Uruguay.