Judging panel revealed for Crestron Europe Integration Awards 2021

Crestron has announced who will be sitting on its judging panel for this year’s Crestron Europe Integration Awards, celebrating the best residential and commercial Crestron projects from across the EMEA region.

Entries will be judged by an independent panel of industry figures from various sectors to reflect the categories. The panel has been carefully selected to bring a diverse range of opinion and expertise to the table to ensure all entries are assessed accurately from a mix of viewpoints.

With six judges overall, three will be judge the residential entries and three will judge the commercial entries.

Rebecca Weir, creative director at light.iQ will sit on the residential panel. She is renowned for creatively pushing the boundaries of architectural lighting. Weir and her team at light.iQ ensure seamlessly integrated solutions and advanced technology are best utilised to deliver outstanding results across multi-award-winning projects. Her mission as a lighting designer is to create the ultimate customer experience bringing the intangible resource of light to life.

SuperYacht Technology director, Jack Robinson is also a residential judge. Following a career in superyacht media, Robinson worked for an R&D company specialising in technology for UHNWI as global distribution manager. Combining his commercial acumen with a capacity to humanise technology, he was promoted to commercial director and went on to work on both marine and residential projects. He later launched SuperYacht Technology with a goal to bring tech to the forefront of the sector, and recently established the SuperYacht Technology Conference.

The final member of the residential panel is Chris Pask, director of Charlton Brown Architecture & Interiors, an award-winning practice where over the last 20 years, director, Pask, has built a reputation for innovative solutions which enlighten a brief and give delight to completed projects. Each project requires its own solution and is truly bespoke to fit a client’s lifestyle and requirements. His team is composed of 30 passionate architects and designers, who deliver some of the highest quality residential projects across London and further afield.

On the commercial panel, Sarah Joyce, chief global officer for AVIXA will judge the commercial projects, along with Rob Lane, editor of Installation, and Wayne Buttigieg, director of teaching and learning technology at the London Business School.

Dealers from across the EMEA region can enter their projects and themselves by 3 December 2021, with winners announced at a virtual ceremony hosted during ISE on 2 February 2022.

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