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Hamilton Litestat – Hall 3 Stand E28 Hamilton Litestat will be displaying a new crystal clear range of switch plates and sockets at the show. The stylish new Perception range, which features completely concealed fixings, has been designed to blend subtly against the wall, allowing the wall covering to be visible through the clear plate. The snap-on front plates allow simple fixing whether on to paint or wallpaper; in the case of wallpaper a template is provided from which a swatch of wallpaper can be cut and inserted behind the front plate for a seamless finish. The switch and socket inserts themselves are available in a range of colours and finishes to complement all types of wall coverings from traditional to contemporary. Hamilton’s stand will also feature the rest of its largely British-made range of switches, sockets, lighting


control systems and door furniture. www.hamilton-litestat.com


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Lighting Association – Hall 3 Stand A25 On the LA’s stand, visitors can view the finalists of the 2010 Student Design Awards. This competition allows students to gain valuable knowledge about the lighting industry, whilst using their creative skills to develop new lighting products. ‘The judges were impressed by the quality of work in transforming the original design concepts to working prototypes,’ says Peter Hunt, Lighting Association’s chief executive. ‘The high level of interest in the student designs from lighting companies at the exhibition of finalists was very encouraging and it’s exactly what this competition is for.’ The LA will also be showing winners from the first Lighting Industry Awards. www.lightingassociation.com


Contact


Interiors Birmingham www.interiorsbirmingham.com


Opening times


23 January 9am – 6pm 24 January 9am – 6pm 25 January 9am – 6pm 26 January 9am – 5pm


Hamilton Litestat Hall 3 Stand E28


Lighting Association Hall 3 Stand A25


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