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Nominations Now Open for the 2024 Casambi Awards

January 2, 2024

Global leader in smart lighting control, Casambi, is excited to announce the opening of nominations for the prestigious 2024 Casambi Awards.

The Casambi Awards, now in their fourth year, acknowledge outstanding achievements in architectural lighting projects and products that showcase the seamless integration of Casambi technology.

The 2024 Casambi Awards feature two distinguished categories: the Best Casambi Ready Product, encompassing commercially available items like switches, drivers, sensors, luminaires, and similar products, all integrating cutting-edge Casambi technology; and the Best Casambi-controlled Project, open to architectural lighting projects that leverage the innovative capabilities of Casambi technology.

“The Casambi Awards celebrate the pinnacle of innovation in smart lighting. They really are a testament to the innovative spirit of our ecosystem partners and their impactful use of Casambi technology in shaping the future of lighting control. Every year, we’re amazed by the caliber of the entries, and the 2024 edition promises to be exceptional,”

Joonas Rinne, VP of Marketing & Communications at Casambi

The John Hardy Boutique in Bali earned last year’s Best Project award, while Ledim’s (Arditi) Lepuk was awarded the title for Best Product, highlighting the exceptional quality and widespread acclaim as Casambi received entries from all over the world.

For entry forms and additional information, please visit: https://casambi.com/casambi-awards-2024/. The winners will be announced in March at the Light + Building 2024 trade show and will receive extensive coverage in arc magazine, a leading international publication on architectural lighting. 

The Casambi Awards 2024 will be judged by a distinguished international panel of experts, including:

Fernando García, CEO of Electronica Olfer SL, Spain.

Shoshanna Segal, Principal at Hartranft Lighting Design, USA.

Nikolaj Birkelund, Lighting Designer, For The Love of Light, Denmark.

Yvonne Soh, Executive Director, Singapore Green Building Council, Singapore.

Giorgio Pierini, Design Liaison Manager, iGuzzini Illuminazione, England.

These esteemed professionals bring diverse expertise and a passion for innovation in lighting design to the evaluation process.

More information available here

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