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100% Design TOBYhouse


TOBYhouse is a London based home-wares and lighting brand producing handmade contemporary products and interiors with a strong design-led style for the retail, home and office environment. They focus on eye-catching stand-out designs, that are often complex to make and experimental. Suppliers are used from across the UK, and TOBYhouse pride themselves on commissioning and very closely managing the manufacturing chain and in turn bringing products to market. This is the first year TOBYhouse will be at 100% Design, but after gaining industry recognition with their pioneering Beach Ball Lampshades; the playful real PVC beach balls that are rendered rock hard on the inside, yet they look soft on the outside, they felt that 100% Design was the place to showcase the rest of their ranges. Toby Sanders, Founder of TOBYhouse comments “We hope that exhibiting at this show, with our new product ranges, will broaden our appeal and we will reach a wider target audience. The mix of discerning UK creative industry professionals that attend 100% Design is a perfect platform for us to present our products and services. We are looking forward to 'meeting the industry' in September at 100% Design to forge further links and opportunities and to share in the cumulative growth potential that having so many of the UKs finest professionals under just one roof offers.” Stand Number: D21 +44 (0) 208 806 6431 www.tobyhouse.co.uk


Ergo


Bright Green Technology Bright Green Technology specialise in LED systems that dramatically improve the quality and performance of architectural displays, backlit media, illuminated signage and retail. Bright Green LED products and systems are manufactured to order and they are ready to work alongside clients on every aspect of the design process, creating innovative solutions that meet exact requirements. At the show they will be promoting their LED Light Panel, a slim, efficient and creative way to bring light to any project. Architectural features can be made directly from the panels, which can be created in almost any size. LED Light Panel can also be used in more traditional ways to illuminate graphics or just conjure a mood. Bright Green Technology also launched a newer version of the product in May this year, this new LED Light Panel features a significantly increased lumen output, making the panel up to 41% brighter than its predecessor, without any additional energy consumption. Stand Number: E12 +44 (0) 1932 355 221 www.brightgreentechnology.com


At this year’s 100% design exhibition Ergo will be launching a variety of new products. As UK partners for the Koncept LED lighting range Ergo will be presenting Koncept’s products as well as their own internal products and design developments at the show. There will be various Koncept designs that will be showcased at the stand including the Mosso Pro with Inductive charging base. Combining the latest LED technology with ultra efficient driver circuits and cleverly designed optics, Mosso™ Pro delivers an unprecedented 90 lumens per watt for an LED desk lamp. An additional accessory to Mosso Pro is a built in inductive charging base. With the latest inductive charging platform incorporated into the base Mosso Pro can now charge smart phones on your desk top. The development driven by Ergo’s design team was awarded the Best of NeoCon 2013 GOLD Award in Task/Desktop Lighting.


Stand Number: 0360 + 44 (0) 1235 773373 www.ergoltd.co.uk


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