The Radiance Award went to Rotterdam-based lighting design firm for their urban lighting project titled "Broken Light."
Rudolf Teunissen The Radiance Award went to Rotterdam-based lighting design firm for their urban lighting project titled "Broken Light."

Lightfair served as the backdrop for the announcement of several annual architectural lighting design award programs including the 29th Annual IALD International Lighting Awards. The IALD Awards were presented May 10, 2012, in Las Vegas, at an evening program and reception held at The Renaissance Hotel. The Radiance Award went to Rotterdam-based lighting design firm for their urban lighting project titled "Broken Light." The 2012 winning projects were:

Radiance Award
Project: Broken Light, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Lighting Designers: Daglicht & Vorm, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Award of Excellence
Project: The National September 11 Memorial, New York
Lighting Designers: Fisher Marantz Stone, New York

Award of Excellence
Project: Futako Tamagawa Rise, Tokyo
Lighting Designers: Lightdesign, Tokyo

Award of Excellence
Project: Lighting Beirut Architecture, Beirut, Lebanon
Lighting Designers: Light Cibles, Paris

Award of Excellence
Project: Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center Lantern of Hope, Gilbert, Az.
Lighting Designers: Cannon Design, Phoenix, Az.

Award of Excellence
Project: Lagares Showroom, Girona, Spain
Lighting Designers: Artec3 Studio, Barcelona

Award of Excellence
Project: United States Institute of Peace, Washington, D.C.
Lighting Designers: Lam Partners, Cambridge, Mass.

Award of Merit
Project: Harrow School Chapel, Harrow, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Lighting Designers: DPA Lighting Design, London

Award of Merit
Project: Chandler City Hall Exterior Lighting, Chandler, Az.
Lighting Designers: Smithgroup JJR, Detroit

Award of Merit
Project: St. Regis Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Lighting Designers: Lighting Planners Associates, Tokyo

Award of Merit
Project: Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial, Washington, D.C.
Lighting Designers: David Mintz in association with Randy Burkett Lighting Design, St. Louis

Award of Merit
Project: Hatoya 3 Building, Tokyo
Lighting Designers: Forlights, Tokyo

Award of Merit
Project: Yotel, New York
Lighting Designers: Focus Lighting, New York

Special Citation for Sensitive Application of Light in a Repurposed Urban Setting
Project: The High Line, New York
Lighting Designers: L'Observatoire, New York

Special Citation for the Successful Translation of a Visual Theme into Light
Project: Novamed Polyclinic
Lighting Designers: Skira Ltd., Pula, Croatia