The excitement and buzz that generates from a room full of great lighting products and designs are everywhere at lightspace london. 

If you have a trend-setting, cutting-edge new design or product to showcase to an audience of lighting designers and architects then lightspace is an ideal platform for you. You will engage with buyers with high purchasing power, specifiers working on exciting projects in the UK and abroad, and young designers or architects searching for new and fresh brands.

Exhibitors and sponsors benefit from an extensive and vibrant marketing campaign to an exclusive audience of architects, designers and specifiers pre-­, during-­ and post-­ event.

92% of exhibitors said they were satisfied or very satisfied with the event

65% of visitors said attending lightspace is important for their business

who will you meet at lightspace

AECOM, senior lighting designer

AF Lighting, control system engineer

Arup, lighting designer

BDP, senior lighting designer

British Museum, head of pictorial art conservation

Design International, architect

DHA Designs - lighting designer

DPA Lighting Consultants, partner

Foster + Partners, interior designer

George Sexton Associates, project manager

Hawkins Brown, architect 

Hoare Lea, partner

INTO Lighting, design principle

Isometrix, junior lighting designer

Jason Bruges Studio, production designer

Light Bureau, lighting designer

MBLD, assistant lighting designer

Natural History Museum, special effects manager

Sutton Vane Associates, senior designer

London as a global hub

As a global hub for lighting and interior design and architecture, London is a favorite location for those suppliers selling into the British market as well as seeking international business opportunities with global firms based London.

London’s Architecture sector has grown 7.7% per annum in real terms on average between 2009 and 2016. That was faster than the rate of real growth for the creative industries and the London economy. *

The UK is a net exporter of Architectural services. IN 2016, the UK exported £439 million of Architectural services. *

The value of the Architectural services exports across the UK has grown at a nominal annual rate of 4.3 per cent average between 2013 and 2016. *

UK has the largest design sector in Europe, contributing a staggering £8.8 million per hour. New figures value the UK creative industries as a whole at £76.9 billion a year – contributing an incredible £8.8 million to the UK economy every hour. **

London remains the powerhouse of UK design, with almost one in three design firms now based in the capital, as well as one in five design workers. ***

In 2015, the total value of exports where design had made a key contribution was £48.4bn (7% of total UK exports that year). This means the value of design exports is greater than that from either the UK’s digital sector (£43bn)71 or from the creative industries (£35bn). ***

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