7th OCTOBER 2016 – VENICE
INTERNATIONAL LIGHTING DESIGN PRIZE
Codega Prize aims at spreading the culture of light and the aspects of energy saving, creativity and quality which are linked to Solid State Lighting
The prize-giving ceremony will be organized in the exclusive location of The Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is a museum of modern art created by the American heiress Peggy Guggenheim (1898-1979).
Credits foto: Matteo de Fina
Each partecipant can submit a maximum of three works; application form must be fully filled and signed
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SUBMISSIONS END ON 12th SEPTEMBER 2016
Codega Prize is the recognition of the excellences of Lighting Design assigned to the best LED Lighting Design solutions and installations for their originality and innovative aspects, use of smart lighting and solid state lighting, results of energy saving & efficiency
UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF
LIGHTING DESIGN CATEGORY
Prize to the best lighting design project or installation in Commercial lighting
Participation to the Prize is free of charge; this category is opened exclusively to independent lighting designers and lighting professionals
(technical offices of companies or lighting distribution companies are excluded);
Solutions and works presented have to refer to a period of realization included between 1st July 2015 and 30th August 2016;
2015 EDITION PROJECTS SHORTLIST
LED SOLUTIONS CATEGORY
Prize to the best LED lighting product (system, luminaire or solution)
Participation to the Prize is free of charge; this category is opened to everyone, lighting companies included;
2015 EDITION PRODUCTS SHORTLIST
PRIZE GIVING CEREMONY
Friday 7th october evening in the exclusive venue 'Peggy Guggenheim Collection' in Venice
2015 EDITION CEREMONY AT Ca’ ZEN IN VENICE
Composition of 2016 jury will be published as soon as available
Prize is assigned by a Committee of 9 members nominated by Assodel among the institutions who promote the initiative and Universities and Associations related to the lighting sector; members of the Committee cannot take part to the Codega Prize contest.
Each member has one vote; in case of parity of votes, the President’s vote will be considered as double.
2015 EDITION COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Past Director of the Univeneto Foundation, promoting and coordinating training and R&D activites of the universities of Veneto.
International Lighting Designer. Co-founder of PLDA (Professional Lighting Designers Association).
Lighting Designer, co-founder of APIL (Italian Association of Lighting Designers) and member of its Board.
Director of Laboratorio Luce and of Lighting Design & LED Technology Master at Politecnico of Milan. Director of the Italian Color Group.
Honorary Chairman and past President of IDEA – International Distribution of Electronics Association.
Associate Professor of Environmental Physics at the IUAV University of Venice
President of Assodel (Italian Association of Electronics Clusters) and Chairman of SGE-Syscom, an Italian company devoted to electronics solutions.
Teacher of Aesthetics at the Faculty of Architecture at “La Sapienza”, University of Rome.
Editor at mondo*arc, which since 1999, is the leading international magazine in architectural lighting design.
Codega What ?!
From the greek word “odegos” (guide) in Venice, was the name given to the man ‘bringer of light’ after a law of 1450 had been imposed on the citizens using a light for those who revolved in the city at night.
Similarly, in Milan, in the eighteenth century, ‘codega’ was used for those who preceded travelers equipped with lanterns in the dark.