We are proud to have won a number of different lighting awards for both our luminaire design and our lighting design along with a Lifetime Achievement Awards for our Creative Director Sally Storey.

For the second year in a row, Design Director, Sabrina Fiorina, wins the Residential award at the 2023 International Design & Architecture Awards for a wonderful property in one of London’s finest squares. Read the case study here.

award winning lighting design project with image of project and designer

Design Director, Sabrina Fiorina, wins the Residential award at the 2022 LIT Awards for Grade-Listed Belgravia property. The project was also worked on by Rebecca Crawford, Elaine Hernandez and Sally Storey. See the award winning project. 

LIT award 2022 for private house lighting london

The Lecco, designed by Alex Leck has won the floor washer category at the 2022 LIT awards. See the Lecco floorwasher here. 

LIT Product award winner for Lecco floorwasher

Our stunning Dubai Hills project wins the lighting award at the 2022 International Design & Architecture Awards designed by Design Director Middle East, Rebecca Crawford and Suraj Francis, Lighting Designer. See the project.

Design et Al award 2022 winner for lighting scheme

Creative Director, Sally Storey, wins Lifetime Achievement Award at the LIT Awards in 2020. Read more about Sally.

creative director Sally Storey wins lifetime achievement award at LIT

Rebecca Crawford, Design Director Middle East, wins Lighting Design Award at the 2020 International Design and Architecture Awards for her work on a private villa in Kuala Lumpur. See the project.

design et al lighting scheme award winner 2020

Head of Product, Matt Healey wins both the LED Lighting Products and Fixtures and Track Lighting Category at the 2021 LIT Awards for the Vorsa Frame. See the product.

LIT Product award winner for vorsa frame

Design Director, Luke Thomas, wins the Lighting Design award at the 2021 LIT Awards for the Regent’s Park House project. See the project.

2021 winner of lighting scheme at the LIT awrds