Design Project 16
Design and build a decorative wall sconce prototype that is functional, which utilizes a minimum of 50% recycled material and meets ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) standards. The fixture must be displayed, on a stand for the competition in an upright position, as though it were attached to a wall. A space no more than 18" x 20" on a tabletop will be reserved for each fixture display.
Students shall begin with (1) Medium Screw Base, 13.5 watt LED lamp as shown below (available at Home Depot). If the exact lamp shown is not available, entrants may use any similar wattage and lumen output in the same shape.
All registration forms must be submitted by April 27, 2014. There is no charge to register for the competition. NOTE: Students are required to procure (1) Medium Screw Base, 13.5 watt LED lamp, rated as a replacement for a 60 watt A-lamp, from any manufacturer for use as the lamp for their fixture design. (available at Home Depot)
The 2013-2014 Lesley Wheel Memorial Scholarship Challenge
The Lesley Wheel Memorial Scholarship was founded to encourage students to pursue studies in lighting with a firm understanding of how to work with light. Lesley Wheel began her career in theater at Bryn Mawr College, then transitioned to architectural lighting at Hilton Hotels. Lesley was the first woman to establish a fulltime practice in architectural lighting design, she was a founding member, past president and fellow of The International Association of Lighting Designers and a fellow of the IESNA.
The Lesley Wheel Memorial Scholarship encourages students to pursue a career in lighting with a better understanding of how to manipulate light. Students must design and build a functioning fixture that meets a loose set of criteria. Fixtures are then judged on aesthetics, performance, and clarity of concept.
Supporting Contributions in Lesley's name may be sent to:
c/o Designers Lighting Forum
PO Box 50621
Pasadena, CA 91115
Please make checks payable to DLF Scholarship Fund