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Must-Visit Luxury Lightning Brands at Decorex 2016Tuesday 20 September 2016
While there is just 1 day left for Decorex 2016, here we bring the best news and trends of the design world and selective luxury lighting brands that you must visit at this top UK design event before it ends! Take a look and get inspired with these luxury modern lighting pieces!
Brabbu is a luxury contemporary furniture brand that reflects an intense way of living in an urban lifestyle, telling stories from nature and the world through materials and textures. Since its debut on the trade show (2011), Brabbu had an incredible growth with its collection and notability.
CTO Lighting is a Modern British luxury lighting company founded in 1998 by Chris and Clare Turner. Handcrafted in the UK by skilled artisans, CTO Lighting is recognised around the world for its high quality and bespoke lighting. Working with leading architects and designers on influential interior projects including the Rosewood London, Savoy Hotel, and Chiltern Firehouse. CTO Lighting symbolizes elegance and excellence in British design manufacturing.
3-Heathfield & Co
Established some 40 years ago, Heathfield & Co are one of the premier designers & manufacturers of decorative lighting for both residential & hospitality markets throughout the world. Based in Kent, the company operates two factories in the UK – one in Tonbridge, & the other in Manchester where we have expertise in all aspects of lighting manufacturer.
Kaia is timeless elegance and purity wrought in geometric perfection and rigorous design. The design process is a continuous journey with no beginnings and no endings, a circle: With the light off, you respond to it as an aesthetic object, with the light on, you value its function.
Since its establishment in Paris in 1931, the House of Veronese is known for its luxury Murano glass lighting fixtures and mirrors, finely crafted in the tradition of French design.
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