Shows us your light
Mar 18, 2016
All photos © Adam Drobiec for Stylepark

Be it aesthetically discerning, technologically convincing or economically especially efficient – at this year’s Light + Building in Frankfurt/Main Hall 1 with the “Trendspot Design” has emerged as the absolute focus of skillful luminaire design – featuring manufacturers such as Vibia, Occhio or Ingo Maurer.

The exhibitors tempted visitors with elaborate booth designs, and the one or other designer has followed through by being present on site. To make sure you have an overview of it all, we created a "Map", have chosen three specially persuasive products in each of the categories of “Contract”, “Home”, “Custom-Made”, “Design”, “Sustainability” and “Stylepark Favorites” – and got eyes on them at the booths. (sb)


(1) Modular lighting system in the trade fair’s firmament:
Managing Director Ulrich Sattler with “Avveni” by Sattler.

(2) Atmospheric wall luminaire:
Managing Director Ben Wirth with the modular wall luminaire “O‘Tool”
by Benwirth Licht.

(3) Customized candelabra:
Designer William Brand with the “Fractal Cloud” candelabra
by Brand van Egmond.


(1) In moonlight:
Managing Director and designer Axel Meise
with the flush-mounted ceiling luminaire “Più alto” by Occhio.

(2) Luminescent aluminum:
Managing Director Alexander Paul Finke with the pendent “Dub” luminaire
by Dreizehngrad.

(3) Reading made easy:
Sales Director Joachim M‘Barik with the “Ato” table lamp by Kos Lighting.


(1) Refined mobile:
Managing Director and designer Davide Groppi with the “Simbiosi” pendant luminaire
by Davide Groppi.

(2) Botschaften auf Papier:
Managing Director and designer Ingo Maurer with the “What we do counts” table lamp
by Ingo Maurer.

(3) Hand-made:
Managing Director and designer Anke Neumann
with the light sculpture “Illuminating wallpaper” by Lichtpapier.


(1) Cosmic ring:
Managing Director Federico Palazzari with the “Ellisse” luminaire by Nemo.

(2) Fine gleam:
Designer Christian Flindt next to a luminaire from his “LP Grand” series
for Louis Poulsen.

(3) Trumpet call:
Managing Director and designer Burkhard Dämmer with the “Dandelion”
pendant luminaire by LZF Lamps.


(1) Perfectly customized lines:
Managing Director Felicitas Kohler with the flush-mounted “Pure 2” by Planlicht.

(2) Ice crystals from New Zealand:
Managing Director and designer David Trubridge with the “Pola” pendant luminaire
by David Trubridge.

(3) No excessive design:
Marketing Director Marta Masdeu with the “Aro” standard lamp by Estiluz.

Stylepark Favorites

(1) Smart lightlines: Head of Marketing Thomas Laubi
with the lighting system “Inline” by designer Michel Charlot for Belux.

(2) Tender dragonfly wings:
Sales Director Richard Johann, Hilary Nelson and Miquel Colet
with the “Flamingo” standard lamp by Vibia.

(3) Woven gold:
Sales Director Margret Bernardy with the “DNA” pendant luminaire by Next.

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