HIX is the only place to find the entire hotel supply chain under one roof.
Across the show floor you’ll discover a curated edit of 150 leading suppliers representing the best of European design.
Here’s a taste of some of the lighting collections on show at HIX, and the product trends set to define the next generation of hotel interiors.
Tempus is a new collective of innovative illuminated timepieces designed to change the way we look at time. Combining an aluminium and glass case with a futuristic LED graphic clock, this kinetic artwork is available in either wall-mounted or standing designs.
A modern take on the traditional banker’s lamp, Astro’s new LED desk light Gerrit has been designed with a striking yet uncomplicated and functional form, providing a wash of warm white light and operated via a touch-free wave sensor. Precisely crafted from aluminium and finished in anodised gold, it has a sleek, tactile appearance with integrated LED tape to provide reliable task lighting.
Fritz Fryer will launch its new design – The Alton Pillar Light – at HIX stand A1 as part of a light installation. Designed by Simon Wallis-Smith, who will be present at the stand to answer any design questions, the innovative Alton comprises four sleek glass tubes along with a selection of sturdy brass components.
Franklite’s Diffraction is a modern light fitting with a matte black and antique gold finish connected to clear glass spheres. The brand’s latest table lamp, meanwhile, is a modern matte black LED desk lamp with direction reading light and base illumination.
Freya is a family of organically shaped lights in a Nordic contemporary design. The oversized top shade embraces the lower for an elegant silhouette, whilst at the same time covering the light source for a comfortable light.
Seeking to structure open spaces with lattice shapes of air and light alongside linear profiles, LEDS C4’s Tubs Modular can be expanded and enhanced with additional modular elements or condensed into smaller versions with individual pieces. Flexible, adaptable and sophisticated, the range offers maximum user control within a slim, minimal profile.
Joe Scog’s Lockdown is a task and reading light in brass and aluminium, with other finishes and fine details available to taste. Created during the pandemic using existing components available locally or those which could easily be produced by hand, Lockdown is an exercise in repurposed refinement.