30 Nov 21 | News

HIX London 2021

After two years of planning and preparation, the Hotel Interiors Experience (HIX) 2021 trade show at London's Business Design Centre, has taken place. Brands came together at HIX to exhibit their latest products, and our team at Astro were in attendance to present an extensive range of our latest luminaires.

We proudly showcased a number of designs that feature in the recent Capsule Collection Volume 01, including the striking Halftone. Starting from a basic pencil to paper sketch, Halftone focuses on the simple form of a circle with an engaging etched pattern on a translucent, clear acrylic.

At HIX, Halftone was layered on the stand to produce a striking illumination which was presented at the centre of the stand. Alongside Halftone, other popular designs were featured including the versatile Avignon Square wall light and the portable Kuro lantern.

Outside of our stand, we were proud to have our Limina floor light showcased by Stroop Design in their WFHotel pavilion installation. Stroop describe the space, that was designed to explore the future relationship between hotel design and productive workplaces, as "inspired by the pockets of nature the urban park provided to so many during the pandemic."

The Limina sat beautifully within Stroop's considered design, providing directed light around key elements of the installation to draw focus and direct guests attention.

HIX 2022 happens on November 17-18th 2022 and you can view our full list of upcoming global exhibitions online now.

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