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Alphason Designs Following on from its successful launch into office furniture at last year’s interior show, Alphason Designs is now expanding into a new range of decorative lighting. Shown here is Miranda, fashioned from chrome steel and crystal. www.alphasondesigns.com/lighting


Elstead Lighting


Sil Lux is a long established artisan lighting manufacturer based in the Venice region of Italy. Elstead Lighting has been its UK distributing partner since 2000 and proudly showcased some of the beautiful, design led modern products at the show. The hand blown glass is one of the strongest design features on Sil Lux models as illustrated with the clear and mirror glass Pyrex spheres on the Niagara range. Sil Lux also offer a bespoke lighting manufacturing service to make large fittings for the hospitality and interior design sector. The Niagara can be made to any shape, colour and drop for large rooms and entrances. www.elstead-lighting.co.uk


Febland Group Febland Group offers a vast range of lighting to grace all modern and contemporary homes. The collection includes floor lamps, wall lights, chandeliers, ceiling lights and table lamps. A variety of shades, pendants, droplets and finishes are available to suit any room or interior. www.febland.co.uk


LEDON Lamp GmbH


Based in Austria, LEDON Lamp GmbH is a subsidiary of the Zumtobel lighting group, and demonstrated its range of LED lamps at the show. The lamps can be used as replacements for CFLs and incandescents. www.ledon-lamp.com


Lazerian


Lazerian is a creative practice that began in 2006, set up by designer-maker Liam Hopkins. Designer lighting by Lazerian are unique forms constructed from modular components and finished by hand in the Lazerian studio in Manchester. Each piece makes a striking centerpiece of any room. www.lazerian.co.uk


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