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Navy, Nelson & Nation ‘Highly Commended’ at the Lighting Design Awards, 2015

PrintDHA were very happy to receive the Highly Commended certificate for the lighting scheme for Navy, Nelson & Nation at this year’s Lighting Design Awards. The shortlist of the Public Building category ran to nine projects, so the judges had a very difficult time determining the final winner (T2 at London Heathrow by Hoare Lea & studioFRACTAL).

The Public Building category is one where DHA have received considerable success at the Awards, and our tally now stands at:

2015 – Highly Commended: Navy, Nelson & Nation Gallery, National Maritime Museum

2014 – Winner: Mary Rose Museum

2012 – Winner: Atmosphere Gallery, Science Museum

2011 – Highly Commended: Medieval & Renaissance Galleries, V&A Museum

2009 – Highly Commended: Bollinger Jewellery Gallery, V&A Museum

2007 – Winner: Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum

2003 – Winner: Imperial War Museum of the North

DHA wins with Everyman Theatre at the Lighting Design Awards

PrintDHA were delighted to receive the award in the Leisure┬ácategory at this year’s Lighting Design Awards for their work at the Everyman Theatre in Liverpool with Haworth Tompkins Architects. The scheme was up against a strong shortlist, including the Globe Theatre & London Aquatics Centre.

This award continues an incredible run of accolades for the refurbished theatre, including the RIBA’s Stirling Prize, a Civic Trust Award, an LABC Excellence Award, a Stage Award for Theatre of the Year, and nominations for several more yet to be judged.

 

 

Lighting Design Awards 2015 – shortlist announced

lda-logo_0DHA Designs are pleased to announce that all four of their entries to the 2015 Lighting Design Awards have been shortlisted. The full list of shortlisted projects can be viewed here.

 

Our project entries are as follows:

Lighting for Leisure: Liverpool Everyman Theatre

Public Buildings: Navy, Nelson, Nation at the National Maritime Museum

Low Carbon: Miles Staircase at Somerset House

Special Projects: The London 2012 Olympic Cauldron: Designing A Moment