Discover the frequently asked questions we received from peers since launching the call for entries! Do not hesitate to get in touch with the LUCI Team (awards@luciassociation.org) for any query you may have related to the Cites & Lighting Awards.

What is a city representative and who can be considered as such?

An “official city representative” is anyone who has been granted the authority to represent the city in such a competition. This might vary depending on the city, as it could be an elected official or an administrative staff.

Can a third party related to a city (architect, urban planner…) sign off the form?

The Cities & Lighting Awards is intended to reward exceptional urban lighting projects in cities: projects need to be officially “signed off” by the city, so a third party may not sign on behalf of the city in the entry form.

Why does LUCI need to know the urban lighting context of the city?

We consider the city in a global way. In order to appreciate the urban lighting project that the entry is focused on, it’s important to give the Jury maximum information on the urban lighting context of the city.

When should the projects have been inaugurated? Is there a possibility for concepts or mock ups to enter the Award?

Only finalised projects can enter in the Awards, for this edition, projects need to have been completed within 5 years of submission, since January 2017.

Is it possible to have the application form in another format than PDF?

Yes, the Word document is available on demand. Please contact us at awards@luciassociation.org.

Will there be an edition of the Cities & Lighting Awards next year ?

The Cities and Lighting Awards take place on a bi-annual basis. The next edition is foreseen in 2024.

Contact us: awards@luciassociation.org