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The D*Haus Company – Stand X15 The D*Haus Company utilises a formula invented by English mathematician Henry Dudeney in 1908 that allows a perfect square to transform into an equilateral triangle. At 100% Design, D*Haus will be showing two examples of how the formula can be applied to create versatile, flexible and aesthetically inspiring objects for the home, including the innovative D*Light. www.dhaus.com


ACDC – Stand A70


ACDC designs and manufactures specialist LED and Cold Cathode lighting solutions from the UK. Our professional team offers technical and design advice to architects and lighting designers worldwide. The design team are currently working on a new range of LED fittings to be unveiled as prototypes at this year’s 100% Design. The company’s philosophy is to push the boundaries of design – developing fresh designs that demonstrate the very latest in ACDC LED technology coupled with an innovative interactive feel. www.acdclighiting.co.uk


299 Lighting – Stand D72 299 Lighting offer product and market knowledge to architects, consultants and lighting designers. At this years 100% Design, 299 Lighting is proud to represent XAL Lighting; the state of the art manufacturer from Austria renowned for function-based purism. The ‘INVISIBLE’ part of their program is available in wide range of geometric shapes, allowing easy installation thanks to patented snap-locks. Many products can be delicately surrounded by aluminium edge. www.299lighting.co.uk


Endesign – Stand D108 Making our commissions and products to order, we work on an individual level with our clients to give the complete service that our designs and collectors need. We will be taking our Aurum range to the show. This will be the launch for this product and our company. Aurum is a sculptural lighting system consisting of hand cut and polished K9 crystal bricks in the classical shape of tapered gold bars. Sitting on hand made hard wood bases. www.endesigns.eu


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