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tp24 – Hall 3 Stand A30 tp24 will launch three new collections at the show. Splash is a new range of colourful lights in vibrant shades to compliment the modern interior. With Splash you can have a subtle highlight in the room or shout from the roof tops. Provence is a delicate modern collection, offering designers a new world of smaller, chic, well designed, energy saving luminaires for all rooms in the home. Stateside is brand new LED super low energy lighting. With a choice of up-lit reflected lighting or down facing direct light, STATESIDE provides a futuristic solution to the use of solid-state lighting in


the domestic environment. www.tp24.com


www.a1lightingmagazine.com


Westlite – Hall 3 Stand F14 Westlite will unveil a number of new products at the show, made from top quality crystal with halogen lighting. The Pegasus (pictured) is spherical with a chrome inner frame on which crystal droplets are hung with an inner nest of halogen lighting. This fitting comes in two sizes, 500mm and 600mm, and is adjustable on the drop. The Hydra is a stunning piece with crystal droplets surrounded by chrome rings all


suspended from a halogen lit backplate. www.westlite.co.uk Relco 01933 271 472 www.relcogroupuk.co.uk Riegens Lighting 01376 333 400 www.riegens.com


Plumen - Designersblock area Plumen is the antithesis of low energy light lamps as we know them. Rather than hide the unappealing traditional compact fluorescent light behind boring utility, Plumen 001 is a bulb you’ll want on show. The Plumen lamp uses 80 per cent less energy and lasts eight times longer than incandescents, giving you the opportunity to purchase an ecological product with style. It works just like any low energy lamp but it has a lot more presence. The Plumen 001 design was developed in collaboration with designer Sam Wilkinson. www.plumen.com


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