Singapore Buddhist Lodge clinches an IALD Award of Merit

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CHICAGO, IL USA, 18 JUNE 2020 | Luminaries of the lighting profession gathered online for the first time to honor the winners of the 37th Annual International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) International Lighting Design Awards, presented by Cooper Lighting Solutions, the longest running and one of the most prestigious lighting design awards programs in existence. Twenty-one projects were on display from 8 countries—including exteriors, interiors, universities, museums, retail, and places of worship. This year’s winners represent some of the most innovative and inspiring architectural lighting design work found anywhere in the world.

IALD Awards Co-Chair Morgan Gabler, IALD, commented, “Every year we see an increase in the quality of entries and this year is certainly no different. Our seven-member panel of judges evaluate each project submission for demonstration of excellence across ten distinct areas in a rigorous and blind process.” IALD Award Co-Chair Mirjam Roos, IALD, added, “Projects recognized go beyond distinction in architectural lighting—we honor exceptional designs that evoke emotional responses, transform spaces, inspire awe, and bring real benefits to end users.”

We are pleased to share that Singapore Buddhist Lodge is one of the 12 recipients of the IALD Awards of Merit. Congratulations to the team, especially Yah Li and Michelle who have worked on the project.

We are really honoured and excited that we have put Singapore lighting on the international level. It is certainly a good encouragement and recognition of our perseverance and hard work.

Special thanks to our client, Singapore Buddhist Lodge and the committee chairman who took the leap of faith with us and trusted us with the project. To architect Multiply, ID Shanghai Interior Circle, Builder Thong Huat Brothers and supplier, Luxlight for their support who have supported us for this wonderful collab.


19 June 2020