The exhibition for stylish and innovative design lightings, DESIGN LIGHTING TOKYO 2014 took place in a great success from January 15 to 17, doubling the number of exhibitors from 2013.
DESIGN LIGHTING TOKYO 2014 served as a unique showcase of design lightings which realize more comfortable environment and creative space design. It attracted 14,322* visitors from lighting fixture users (architectural design firms, commercial facility, general contractors, etc.), buyers (interior shops, department stores, importer/exporter, etc.) and so on, which resulted in very high level of exhibitor satisfaction with business opportunities at the show.
(*including the concurrent shows)
Strength in design lighting featuring LED/OLED lighting technologies
Co-held with the key shows for LED/OLED lighting manufacturing technologies and fixtures – LED/OLED Technology Expo and LED/OLED Light Expo, DESIGN LIGHTING TOKYO has huge strength in collecting design lightings featuring LED/OLED lighting. Especially from the OLED category, leading companies such as PANASONIC IDEMITSU OLED LIGHTING, PHILIPS ELECTRONICS and LUMIOTEC exhibited stylish OLED lighting fixtures, effectively presenting advantages of their cutting-edge OLED lighting technologies, such as more flexible design possibility, comfort and user-friendliness.
Special Session by a world-class architect
One of the features of the event was the Special Session addressed by Ms. Kazuyo Sejima, world-class architect who was awarded the Pritzker Prize. It and other Design Seminars attracted a large number of lighting users and played a role in enhancing the event’s position as the hub of the latest design trends. >>Program
A selected collection of simple, stylish and “NEXT” products by European lighting brands that had not been launched in Japan. Also enriched with the space design by a Japanese well-known architect Akihisa Hirata, the installation became one of the features of the 2014 show.
Showcasing the latest European designs in Tokyo, it acted as a bridge between Europe and Asia.
A premium showcase of distinguished prototype lightings. Combining untraditional materials or cutting-edge technologies with innovative shapes and design, those prototypes explored new possibilities of design lightings.