Karice’s Electron Wall Sconce Wins Gold In Design Competition

On July 23rd in Los Angeles, winners of the 9th Annual International Design Awards were announced. Vancouver’s own lighting designer/manufacturer, Karice Enterprises Ltd. was awarded Gold in the Illumination Competition for their Electron Wall Sconce.

Born of simplicity and masking a highly innovative creation below the surface, the Electron Wall Sconce’s complex engineering hides all fasteners and wiring, and maintains the ring’s suspended independence without compromising beauty or functionality.

Using dimmable energy-efficient LED technology, it illuminates from its inner and outer edges without shadowing. This minimalist luminaire represents the circular path of an electron around the nucleus of an atom.


It’s been an exciting year for the Electron. Earlier this year Karice’s Electron made the shortlist amid thousands of entries at the international Lighting Design Awards in the UK and in April was awarded the 2016 Silver A’Design Award in Milan, Italy. The father-son design team are thrilled to be representing Canadian design on a global stage.

“We were fascinated with the idea of using acrylic as a diffuser in a simple illuminated metal shape.” – Maurice & Jordan Dery, Electron design team

For more than 20 years, Karice has been doing the impossible and creating unique lighting fixtures. Many of their custom lighting fixtures grace popular restaurants up and down the west coast.


IDA honorary juries examined over 1000 entries submitted by architects and designers of interiors, fashion, products, and graphics from 52 countries throughout the world. After final decisions had been made, the jury rewarded the best professional and emerging designers for their achievements in terms of design, creativity, usability and innovation. This annual competition recognizes, honours and promotes legendary design visionaries and uncovers emerging talents in Architecture, Interior, Product, Graphic and Fashion Design on global level.