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Welcome to the A1 Lighting Show Supplement, dedicated to the ARC Show and interiors 2011 taking place this month.


‘The ARC Show brings together the entire spectrum of lighting disciplines for two days of sourcing new products and networking.


‘Since acquiring the show three years ago, we have worked to incorporate fresh content, such as seminars and feature areas, to further educate and inspire visitors. The Design Gallery is now a permanent fixture and the Retail and Urban Lighting Showcases bring a new element to the show.


‘We’re pleased to welcome back the LA, who will present the new lighting controls area. The LIF will also put on a series of free technical seminars. The prestigious IALD Conference leads the educational element of the show, focusing on key topics such as LEDs.’


Tony Crinion, Event Director, ARC


First we kick off with ARC, which takes place on 12-13 January at the BDC in Islington. The show is returning to its original home at the BDC this year, which I feel suits the show better; many people prefer this intimate setting. ARC is not just an exhibition, it will also comprise a comprehensive seminar programme, in the form of the IALD’s Enlighten Europe Conference and LIF’s Technical Seminar programme. The Design Gallery will also return, showcasing a variety of decorative designs. New for this year is the Urban Lighting Showcase, offering the latest lighting developments for street, park, mixed-use public space and public buildings. Also new for 2011 is the Retail Lighting Showcase, where leading suppliers and manufacturers will recreate unique retail environments allowing you to see first-hand how the effective use of light within these settings can create great displays. The Lighting Association will also be presenting a special lighting controls area.


‘interiors 2011 has become the only UK show gathering the whole scope of the industry under one roof, with a wide range of products from over 500 exhibitors. This gives the lighting professionals and companies a great chance to leverage their business opportunities by presenting their latest product designs to the top interiors industry professionals.


‘The Lighting Controls Demonstration Area and LED Pavilion are two new specialist areas we developed in collaboration with the Lighting Association, in response to growing interest in the lighting sector advancements.’


‘The variety of lighting features promises interiors 2011 to be a great event for lighting professionals, offering four days of essential business, networking and education.’


Andrew Vaughan, Event Director, interiors 2011


We then have interiors 2011 to look forward to on the 23-26 January. Hall 3 will be taken over by lighting, offering the latest developments in everything from LED technology to chandeliers and table lamps. On the Lighting Association’s stand, visitors can view the finalists of the 2010 Student Design Awards. The LA will also be showing winners from the first Lighting Industry Awards.


Sally Storey will be taking part in the interiors 2011 seminar programme. As a design director of Lighting Design International, she will lead an animated discussion on the lighting industry’s challenges, recent developments and future trends. The LA’s technical manager Lawrence Barling will also lead a seminar, looking at the light bulb phase out and lumens vs watts.


An action packed month – don’t forget to come and visit the A1 team on our stands at both shows.


Lyndsey Hubbard - Editor


Come and visit the A1 Lighting team at ARC on Stand G27 and at interiors 2011 in Hall 3, Stand D55.


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