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Index exhibition, Dubai Who will be at Index 2011?


We take a look at some of the key exhibitors at this year’s event.


Lasvit


“We are very excited about our partnership with INDEX this year. The Mysterious Forest is an exceptionally beautiful lighting concept, and by showcasing Lasvit’s lighting creativity at the region’s premier design exhibition we are reaching and connecting with a captive audience of design professionals“.


Ecosmart


When The Fire Company, creator of EcoSmart Fire, approached Barcelona- based designer Hiroshi Tsunoda with the opportunity to collaborate and pursue his passion for working with glass and stainless steel, it was the start of a dynamic design relationship. “I love the concept of EcoSmart Fire,” Hiroshi says. “No fumes, no smoke, but the concept still guards the traditional warmth of fire.” What has evolved is the stunning EcoSmart Fire STIX by Hiroshi Tsunoda – a contemporary stainless steel fire design that evokes the mood and magnetism of a traditional campfire.


Consorzio Luce in Veneto


INDEX 2010 was a very successful event for Consorzio Luce in Veneto, and INDEX LIGHTING 2011 will allow us to continue to really develop and widen our presence in the Middle East region. We also intend to create a strong international sales network to exclusively distribute member companies from Consorzio Luce in Veneto, as well as develop a showroom – INDEX LIGHTING is the best platform for us to utilise in order to achieve our objectives, and give our inspirational lighting companies maximum exposure to key designers, architects and specifiers from the MENA region.


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