A beautifully lit project was but the prerequisite for the jurors of the 17th annual Architectural Lighting Light & Architecture Design Awards. The winning entries also had to demonstrate a “great backstory, strong lighting concept” and “creative use of light,” said jurors Chrysanthi Stockwell and Raymond Barberousse, respectively. Of the 111 submissions from around the world, the jury recognized 10 projects in four lighting categories: whole building, exterior, interior, and exhibition and installations. “In these projects, the lighting goes beyond just being applied,” said juror Dawn Hollingsworth. “Rather, it gives expression to the space.”

2020 AL Light & Architecture Design Awards Jury

Raymond Barberousse
Courtesy Studio PGRB Raymond Barberousse

Raymond Barberousse
Owner/founder, Studio PGRB, Miami
After graduating from Howard University's School of Architecture and Design, Barberousse worked for several architecture firms in Washington, D.C., Chicago, and Miami. After a decade-long career in architecture and interior design, he set his sights on designing light fixtures. In 2012, he and his wife started Studio PGRB, specializing in the creation of timeless, handcrafted luminaires that appear in hundreds of residential, commercial, and hospitality projects.

Dawn Hollingsworth
Mark Robert Halper Dawn Hollingsworth

Dawn Hollingsworth, FIALD, WELL AP
Principal, Darkhorse Lightworks, Los Angeles
A Certified Lighting Designer and Fellow of the International Association of Lighting Designers, Hollingsworth has more than 35 years of experience in the design of theatrical and architectural lighting and control systems, marketing, business management, product management and development, manufacturing, scenic design and event production.

Chrysanthi Stockwell
courtesy Chrysanthi Stockwell Chrysanthi Stockwell

Chrysanthi Stockwell, LC, IALD, LEED AP BD+C
Senior lighting designer, HGA, Minneapolis
Bringing together the creative and technical aspects of architectural lighting, Stockwell enhances beauty and form as well as reinforces lighting quality. She nurtures the relationships and needs of the entire design team, making the human experience at the forefront of decision-making.