Eaton Accepting Submissions to SOURCE Awards

41st Annual SOURCE Awards

41st Annual SOURCE AwardsPower management company Eaton has announced the call for entries for the 41st Annual SOURCE Awards lighting design competition. Designed to recognize and honor the bright future of the lighting design industry, the awards are part of Eaton’s commitment to building the pipeline of lighting design talent. University students studying architecture, design, engineering or related disciplines are invited to enter this conceptual design competition. The deadline to submit entries is February 28.

The SOURCE Awards competition is open to students currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate programs in lighting or interior design, architecture, engineering or related disciplines. Students are eligible to enter projects based on conceptual lighting designs and will be judged on creativity and how Eaton’s lighting and controls products are used in conceptual spaces.  

Each project will be judged on its own merit and selected entries will earn the distinction of Winner, Honorable Mention or Special Recognition. The winner will receive a $2,000 award and honorable mention winners will each receive $500. All winners will receive a crystal trophy, local and national recognition and an invitation to attend a lighting seminar at the SOURCE, Eaton’s premier lighting educational center located in Peachtree City, Georgia. The faculty adviser of each winning students will also be invited to attend a seminar.

Judging for the 41st Annual SOURCE Awards competition will take place in March 2018 by an independent panel of lighting and design professionals who have taken part in the SOURCE Awards in the past, as well as a representative from the SOURCE. Winners will be announced and recognized in May 2018 at LIGHTFAIR International in Chicago.

For additional information about rules, current and past award winners, and the submission process, please visit The Lighting reSOURCE, Eaton’s online informational hub, or eaton.com/sourceawards.