Six Schuler Shook Projects Receive IES Illumination Awards
Schuler Shook’s lighting designers are pleased to receive recognition from the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) for their recent lighting designs, including an Award of Excellence for Outdoor Lighting Design for Chicago Riverwalk.
The IES bestowed on Schuler Shook six Awards of Merit for lighting designs across a variety of project types including commercial, higher education, outdoor urban site, restaurants, offices and transportation.
IES International Illumination Design Award of Excellence
The lighting design achieves a “win” for this law firm with a dynamic look that is energy efficient and cost-effective across more than 125,000 SF of new construction.
Mayo Clinic Square
Minneapolis, MN IES Illumination Design Award of Merit
Lighting Design Team: Michael White, IES, LC, EDAC, LEED AP.
A re-development project that integrated lighting across the exterior
façade of an entire city block to re-vitalize a fading landmark,
address security issues and add excitement to the area.
Tradewinds Buffet Treasure Island Resort & Casino
Welch, MN IES Illumination Design Award of Merit
Lighting Design Team: Julia Gordon, IES; Michael DiBlasi, IALD, IES.
A renovation transformed this once dated restaurant buffet into an ultra-modern dining experience, alive with art and vibrant colors. The lighting design provides dramatic flair with large playful fixtures, back-lit onyx art features, glowing ceilings, and shimmering pendants.
Lamar Street Underpass Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas, TX IES Illumination Design Award of Merit
Lighting Design Team: Jefferey Knox, IES; Kim Dai.
Solving multiple problems with good design, the new lighting design
improves visibility for pedestrian and vehicular traffic, enhances
wayfinding and creates an energetic entry point below the convention
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Academic Performing Arts Complex
IES Illumination Design Award of Merit
Lighting Design Team: Jefferey Knox, IES.
From the building’s façade to the multiple lobbies to the theatre itself, the lighting schemes add a sense of excitement and sophistication to this new campus building. The university was formerly known as University of Texas Pan American.