Three firms earned honors for residential projects at Cooper Lighting’s 32nd Annual SOURCE Awards presentation on May 4.
Robert H. Singer and Kim Slivka of Robert Singer & Assoc. Inc., Basalt, CO, took home the top prize in the Professional Residential Category for the Watson Divide Residence (pictured) in Snowmass, CO. An Honorable Mention in the category went to Andrew Beldecos of Andrew Beldecos Lighting Design, Marietta, GA for his City Condo Penthouse. The lone Award of Recognition for residential work went to Steven L. Klein of Klein Lighting, Milwaukee, for a Palm Desert, CA, residence.
Cooper is now soliciting entries for next year’s SOURCE Awards, open to commercial and residential projects completed within the two years prior to the last entry deadline (Jan. 30, 2009). Projects may be interior or exterior and must feature primary use of products under Cooper’s brand family. The 33rd annual competition will also seek a creative use of fixtures providing energy-efficient design solutions in addition to standard projects.
Entries are judged on the blending of aesthetics, creative achievement and technical performance, as well as to the degree that the lighting met project constraints and design concept goals. Professional winners receive $2,000 and a crystal trophy. Entries must be postmarked on or before Jan. 29, 2010. To download a complete list of rules or for more information, visit www.cooperlighting.com.