Good Design Award 2022 for the houselights of the Cameo H1 series
A great honour: The houselights of the Cameo H1 series have been awarded the renowned Good Design Award 2022 in the category "Lighting". The award, presented annually by the Chicago Athenaeum, Museum of Architecture and Design, is the oldest design prize in the world and an international hallmark for innovative design. With the award, the ten‐ member jury recognised the combination of timeless and functional design language of the H1 houselights, which fit seamlessly into any installation and room design.
The H1 Houselights are LED installation lamps with a minimalist look aimed at lighting installers, architects and room lighting professionals looking for a compact and atmospheric lighting solution for use in a wide variety of locations. The range of applications for Houselight extends from theatres and exhibition stands to gastronomy, hotels and more. Deliberately kept in a reduced design, the installation luminaire can be harmoniously integrated into the existing interior design. Available with either a white or matt black housing, the Houselights blend discreetly and unobtrusively into the existing interior ‐ and also impress with their technical lighting qualities in the available full‐colour, warm white and adjustable daylight versions.
"Wow, what an honour! The Good Design Award is a fixed star in the design sky and proves to us once again that with Cameo we can convince not only lighting technicians but also design experts," says Alexander Pietschmann, Managing Director of the Adam Hall Group. "The recognition of our holistic endeavours by the jury of the Good Design Award encourages us to continue breaking new ground in the future and to take a pioneering role as an innovative event technology manufacturer." As early as 2022, the Cameo H1 series was awarded the German Design Award and the Iconic Award of the German Design Council in the field of interior design.