Electron wall sconce wins design competition

Friday, April 22, 2016

The Electron Luminaire Wall Sconce by Maurice Laurent Dery & Jordan N Dery in Surrey, B.C. was selected as a winner at an international design competition.

The Electron was awarded with a Silver for its innovative design and clean finish at the A’ Design Award, the largest design competition in the world, with over 15,000 project submissions. It won in the Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design Category.

The A’ Design Award is organized and awarded annually and internationally in multiple categories to reach a wide, design oriented audience. The ultimate aim of the A’ lighting Design Competition is to create a global awareness for good design.

The Electron is a wall mounted LED luminaire for indoor use. It has a beautiful, simplistic design that is modern and futuristic in appearance. LED lighting technology enabled the creation of this unique design and also produced an energy efficient luminaire. The Electron was designed and developed by the father son team at Karice Enterprises.

“Reflecting the image and nature of its namesake, the Electron wall sconce represents the circular path of an electron around the nucleus of an atom. The aesthetic is minimalistic, while masking a highly innovative creation below the surface,” says Maurice Dery. “This is not just a win for Karice. On this stage, this is a win for Canada.”

Canada is ranked 19th in the World Design Rankings, with 57 international design awards.

The Electron has also been shortlisted as a finalist for the Lighting Design Awards in London, UK.

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