The 36th Annual Cooper Lighting Source Awards were announced on Apr. 22, 2013, during Lightfair, which took place in Philadelphia. The annual presentation was made during a lunch keynote talk titled “The LowLine: Rediscovering New York,” presented by LowLine founder James Ramsey and lighting designer Star Davis of Arup. Davis has been working with Ramsey on the project’s lighting design proof-of-concept. The Cooper Source Awards recognize both professional and student work. The 2013 winning projects were:

Professional Commercial Category
Project:Cole Capital, Phoenix, Ariz.
Lighting Designers: Creative Designs in Lighting,Phoenix, Ariz. 

Professional Residential Category
Project:Colorow Residence, Edwards, Colo.
Lighting Designers: Robert Singer and Associates, Basalt, Colo.

Professional Commercial Honorable Mention, Sustainability Award
Project: University of North Texas Business Leadership Building, Denton, Texas
Lighting Designers: Jacobs Engineering Group, Fort Worth, Texas

Professional Residential Honorable Mention
Project: Tiehack Compound, Aspen, Colo.
Lighting Designers: Robert Singer and Associates, Basalt, Colo.

Professional Commercial Award of Recognition, Creativity Award
Project: SoBou, W Hotel, French Quarter, New Orleans
Lighting Designers: Reveal Design Group, New York

Professional Commercial Award of Recognition
Project: Hilton Columbus Downtown, Columbus, Ohio
Lighting Designers: Tec Studio, Columbus, Ohio

Student Winner
Project: Permeating by Light – The Harlem School of the Arts
Student: Huanhai Cheng
School: Parsons The New School for Design, New York

Student Honorable Mention
Project: Hermes Men’s Showroom
Student: Ali Kidwell
School: Auburn University, Auburn, Ala.

Student Honorable Mention
Project: Escalope
Student: Graysen Miller
School: Mississippi College, Jackson, Miss.

Student Honorable Mention
Project: PADI Americas Headquarters Expansion
Student: Christina Careccia
School: The Art Institute of California, San Diego

Student Award of Recognition
Project: Bloomingdale’s Corporate Office
Student: Ana Darice Payan
School: The Art Institute of California, San Diego 
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