2005-12-1257-a1.jpgSilver winner at “Furniture”.The challenge with the Nest Chandelier was to make the craft of crystal relevant, modern and innovative thanks to recent lighting technology. (Today, crystal chandeliers are often considered old fashioned.)The chandelier’s name comes from the illuminated nest-like shape at the center. It is covered with an electroluminescent film, which projects light evenly onto the surrounding crystal to produce an intense reflective effect.

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Audio system interfacing with Lighting.jpgIDEA 2005: Student Designs – Gold Winner

This student design exploration combines a CD player with a lamp to create a dynamic interactive listening experience. No remote control or panel of buttons is needed.

led-lenser-lily-marleen.jpgIDEA 2005: Furniture – Silver Winner

The lamp’s minimal form is graceful-a striking modern work of art. It also offers superior brightness, longevity and impact resistance, as well as being environmentally-friendly.

Leviton acenti.jpgIDEA 2005 – Silver Winner

The Acenti line of lighting controls includes the industry’s first triplex outlet, the first screwless metal wallplate and the first alignment plate mounting system. The design is minimalist and intuitive.

large-and-small-swarovski-nest-chandelier.jpgIDEA 2005: Furniture – Silver Winner

The chandelier’s name comes from the illuminated nest-like shape at the center. It is covered with an electroluminescent film, which projects light evenly onto the surrounding crystal to produce an intense reflective effect.

Kohler Purist Hatbox Toilet.jpgIDEA 2005: Furniture – Gold Winner

The Purist Hatbox Toilet innovative tankless design helps achieve its streamlined footprint, freeing designers to place the Purist where toilets have never been placed before.