Leading fixtures and fittings specialist, Holloways of Ludlow, are delighted to be exhibiting an eclectic range of new and exclusive lighting collections from around the world, in addition to custom-made concrete wall-panels, at one of the UK¹s leading design and culture events Clerkenwell Design Week, between 21-23rd May 2013.
Exclusively on display at the Holloways of Ludlow stand, situated within the dedicated lighting area in‘The Farmiloe Building’, which forms the hub of the festival,is the iconic French Jielde lighting collection which comprises of cast-metal desk lamps, floor lamps, wall lights and ceiling pendants that are available in a range of up 18 bright colours and finishes. In contrast, eco-friendly lighting designs from internationally acclaimed New-Zealand-based designer, David Trubridge will be displayed including one of his well-known signature designs – the Coral Light, that was inspired by his experiences underwater.
Holloways of Ludlow own-brand, ‘Old School Electric’ will be showcasing a range of British spun-steel shades that are available in five different colours, as well as a collection of Blown-Glass Pendants in three different shapes to suit different interior spaces – Tapered, Flared and Bell – that feature a choice of polished nickel, polished brass or bronze metalwork finishes.
A stunning example of the I. Rain OLED custom-made suspension light, designed by Thierry Gaugain for Blackbody, will also be showcased at the stand. The I. Rain design is a perfect example of a modular lighting system that can be adapted in size, height and number of OLED lights, depending on the design project.
Also on display will be examples of PANBETON® custom-made wall panels developed by internationally acclaimed design studio – Concrete by LCDA. Having recently been appointed the UK agency for Concrete by LCDA, Holloways of Ludlow are proud to present examples of the light-weight, easily to install PANBETON® custom-made wall panels that feature a raw concrete side that can be easily customised and fitted into a range of domestic and commercial design projects.