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LEDO, Pavilion 15, Stand G38


LEDO will be exhibiting something a bit


different – the BULLED LED series of light sources. LEDO will present the only known energy-saving LED lamp substitutes to the experts – BULLED CLASSIC, BULLED MODULAR and BULLED STAR – that not only have the same shape and dimension as a conventional lamp, but also claim to achieve the same quality of light and brightness as a 60W one. But the BULLED collection does not simply imitate the well-known lamp, it presents a new archetype. Its innovative structure and radiation angle of more than 330 degrees enable the BULLED to emit light in all directions, thus setting a new standard as an illuminant.


www.ledo-led.de


Egoluce,


Hall 15 Stand D30-D34


Michael Anastassiades, Pavilion 13, Stand C04 For the very first time Michael


Anastassiades will present his collection of wall and pendant lights at the event. The collection includes Michael’s production pieces with an emphasis on the Mobile Chandeliers. Each design combines fine detailing with honestly expressed materials reinforcing their elegant simplicity, with forms often derived from geometry and on a monumental scale. The event will also see the launch of a new floor-standing mobile light, MC5.


www.michaelanastassiades.com


Egoluce will show off many treats during the exhibition. Scoop is a wall and suspended luminaire made from satin methacrylate. LEDs are recessed inside the methacrylate structure in order to grant an efficient light output and avoid dazzling. www.egoluce.com


www.a1lightingmagazine.com


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