Nanolumens Reveals Crystal Nixel Award Winners
Nanolumens has revealed the winners of its Crystal Nixel Award; this annual award elevates projects that highlight excellence in dvLED design and creativity. This year’s awards went to the TK Elevator project in the heart of Atlanta, and AMP Capital Shopping Centres for its international project in one of the largest shopping centers in Western Australia.
“We’re thrilled to recognize our project partners in our 7th Annual Crystal Nixel Awards. Project partners like Gensler and AMP Capital—as well as or channel partners AVI-SPL and DPS—are truly inspirational in the way they utilized our dvLED products. The TK Elevator Innovation Center and Campus offered us a new take on architecturally embedded product design, while AMP makes a bold statement with its custom curved and suspended screen,” says Nanolumens CEO, Ney Corsino. “We are proud to acknowledge our project partners for their integration of our LED display solutions. Both winners elevate the customer experience and create exciting ways to connect them to their brands. We look forward to working with these teams on future unforgettable experiences.”
Atlanta landmark TK Elevator landed a nomination with its state-of-the-art innovation center and campus. This collaboration with the Brand Design Division of Gensler outfitted TKE’s new 420-foot-tall Innovation and Qualification Center (IQC), with digital canvases befitting the tallest elevator test tower in North America. The TK Elevator project features an 11,000 sq. ft. CLRVU LED mesh display on the interior of the building, as well as a four-sided “virtual elevator”, state-of-the-art elevator test tower, and digital showroom inside the Innovation and Qualification Center (IQC). This installation received an honorable mention in LAVNCH [CODE]’s 2022 Out of This World Experiences Awards.
AMP Capital Shopping Centres
AMP Capital is a direct real estate fund managers in the APAC region creating authentic community destinations. Within Karrinyup Shopping Centre, AMP Capital, and integration partner Digital Place Solutions (DPS) designed “The Drop”, named after a widely recognized surfing term. The Drop brings together the very best in place-making and commercial opportunities for retailers. Designed with fluid shapes, Capital nails its nomination with its “Drop” display in the heart of the shopping centre’s fresh food precinct. The concept was a complimentary design that mirrors the soft contoured shapes found throughout the design of the Centre. Part landmark, part iconic digital execution, and part retail brand experience, The Drop is comprised of 3mm dvLED that is uniquely curved at 2.4m wide by 4.2m high.
For more information about this year’s winners, as well as prior Crystal Nixel Award winners, visit nanolumens.com.