Professional Residential Category - WinnerProject: Morningstar Residence, Aspen, Colo.Lighting Designers: Robert Singer and Associates, Basalt, Colo.
Steve Mundinger Photography Professional Residential Category - WinnerProject: Morningstar Residence, Aspen, Colo.Lighting Designers: Robert Singer and Associates, Basalt, Colo.


Doug A. Salin

The 37th Annual Source Awards were announced on June 2, 2014, during a luncheon at Lightfair, which took place in Las Vegas. This year there were five professional category awards given and five student awards. The 2014 winning projects were:
Professional Residential Category - Winner
Project: Morningstar Residence, Aspen, Colo.
Lighting Designers: Robert Singer and Associates, Inc., Basalt, Colo.
Professional Commercial Category - Winner
Project: The Gallery at the Historic Museum of Natural History Restoration Hardware, Boston
Lighting Designers: Ross De Alessi Lighting Design, Seattle
Professional Commercial Category - Honorable Mention 
Project: Omni Convention Center and Country Music Hall of Fame Expansion, Nashville, Tenn.
Lighting Designers: GWA Lighting, Narberth, Penn.
Professional Commercial Award of Recognition
Project: Cuyahoga County Public Library – Garfield Heights Branch, Garfield Heights, Ohio 
Lighting Designers: Tec Studio, Columbus, Ohio, and designer Ardra Paige Zinkon
Professional Commercial Award of Recognition
Project: LAX Tom Bradley International Terminal Curbside Enhancement Project, Los Angeles
Lighting Designers: Horton Lees Brogden Lighting Design, Inc., Culver City, Calif.
Student Award Winner
Project: Light the Carnivore Restaurant on Fire
Student: Hazel Chang
School: Appalachian State University, Boone, N.C.
Student Honorable Mention
Project: Rock Hallelujah
Students: Rachel Harris and Courtenay Wright 
School: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati
Student Honorable Mention
Project: The Light and Dark Institute
Students: Juan Acosta and Michael Hawkins
School: Parsons The New School for Design, New York
Student Honorable Mention
Project: Reaching for the Sky
Student: Jiyoung Bae
School: Parsons The New School for Design, New York
Student Award of Recognition
Project: Ideaology Corporate Office
Student: Kayla Johnson
School: University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla.
Each professional-level winner received an award of $2,000. The student award winner received an award of $1,500, and the student honorable mentions each received a prize of $500. All of the winners also received a crystal trophy and an invitation to attend a complimentary class at the Source, Cooper Lighting’s education center in Peachtree City, Georgia. 
For additional information on the winners or to learn about this year’s 38th Annual SOURCE Awards competition, please visit www.cooperlighting.com/sourceawards.