New York City lighting design firm Focus Lighting was the winner of the 2011 Cooper Source Awards in the Professional Commercial category for their project Mikimoto at Crystals, City Center, Las Vegas.
Juan Pablo Lira, Focus Lighting New York City lighting design firm Focus Lighting was the winner of the 2011 Cooper Source Awards in the Professional Commercial category for their project Mikimoto at Crystals, City Center, Las Vegas.

The 34th Annual Cooper Source Awards: Professional Commercial: Mikimoto, Crystals at City Center, Las Vegas, Focus Lighting, New York; Professional Residential: Private Residence, Beverly Hills, Calif., Kaplan Gehring McCarroll Architectural Lighting, El Segundo, Calif.; Professional Honorable Mention, Sustainable Design: Herman Miller Showroom, Los Angeles, Lighting Design Alliance, Long Beach, Calif.; Professional Honorable Mention: Top of Mill Residence, Aspen, Colo., Robert Singer & Associates, Basalt, Colo.; Professional Award of Recognition: Ink48 Hotel, New York, Focus Lighting, New York; Professional Award of Recognition: Mother Lode Residence, Aspen, Colo., 186 Lighting Design Group, Denver; Student Winner: Fuel Convenience Store/Gas Station, Hiroki Usui, Washington State University; Student Honorable Mention: The Spot Community Store, Weng Hei Au, Washington State University; Student Awards of Recognition: Common Grounds Coffee House, Austin Gauley, Mississippi College; and Morningside Park Redux, June Lori Park.