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The 2005 Design Problem

Design a light fixture to light an 8’ wide exterior pathway in an urban
park. The park is in proximity to the ocean, in a relatively mild
climate where it sometimes snows in the winter. The light fixture
needs to illuminate the path as well as provide security. Consider
the issues of safety, glare, light trespass and light pollution when
designing your fixture. Also consider the issue of identification of
people and surround. Your fixture should use high efficiency
sources, such as compact fluorescent or metal halide lamps, or
LEDs. The ballast should be integral to the fixture. Self-ballasted
lamps and other retrofit lamps are not acceptable. Identify all major
interior and exterior components and materials. Describe how your
fixture addresses the environment and task.

 


1st Place Winner 2005
Kenneth A. Boyer
Interior Design
Cazenovia College
Cazenovia, New York


2nd Place Winner 2005
Jill Sieber
Interior Design
Ringling School of Art + Design
Sarasota, Florida


3rd Place Winner 2005
Hannah Walsworth
Interior Design
Ringling School of Art + Design
Sarasota, Florida


Citation for
Innovative Concept 2005
Hannah Walsworth
Interior Design
Ringling School of Art + Design
Sarasota, Florida


Citation for Presentation 2005
Lisa Glaspell
Interior Design
University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, Texas

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