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Lifschutz Davidson

The Lighting Design Awards has named Lifschutz Davidson's Hungerford Pedestrian Bridges as one of its winners for 2003. The bridges, which cross the River Thames in London, opened to the public last year. Low-level lighting to the decks is in blue cold cathode, while at high level CDM-T lamps fitted with spread lenses are hidden within structural nodes. The judges praised the project for being 'subtle yet dramatic in effect'and the lighting solution as 'clean, clear and closely integrated into the architectural features'. Other schemes to win awards include Daniel Libeskind's Imperial War Museum North in the Public Lighting Category.

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