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Save the date: from 20-23 of September, Decorex 2015 takes place in London. One of the major events of London Design Festival 2015, alongside with 100% Design, Decorex 2015 is synonymous with luxury, and is internationally renowned for being the event to discover the very best products from Decorex ‘s unrivalled collection of 400 hand-selected exhibitors.One of the experts – Sally Storey – spoke with the blog of Decorex 2015, unveiling the 7 lighting design pieces that we all should see at Decorex 2015.
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1. Ochre London on stand B32 and their Celestrial Pebble Wall Light
“I loved last year’s pebble pendant so I can’t wait to see Ochre’s creative solution to make the Celestrial Pebble as a wall light at Decorex this year”
2. Best & Lloyd on stand G27 and the Flo range
“The subtlety of combining coloured and clear glass works is a speciality of Best & Lloyd, and their Flo range of lights shows this off to best effect.”
3. Bert Frank on stand F34 and their Yew Wall Light
“I have a Bert Frank task light at home and love their Yew Wall Light as it is a play on light and shade with its pierced metal shades.”
4. Copper & Silk on stand F39 and the Aster
“This is a lovely contemporary brass and glass chandelier which would be ideal for use in a hotel.”
5. Cox London on stand B30 and the Ferro Vitro
“I love the inspiration from Giacometti’s drawings reflected in this sculptural and contemporary LED fitting.”
6. CTO Lighting on stand D31 and the Nimbus Wall Light
“I can see that this handmade brass and bronze wall light would look good in a panelled room or an industrial chic setting.”
7. SERIP on stand J41 and the Aqua chandelier
“An incredible statement piece which would look wonderful in the corner of a room.”
Sally Storey, Design Director at John Cullen Lighting, developed her passion for lighting whilst training as an architect at Bristol University. Now considered one of the UK’s leading lighting design experts, Sally spends much of her time travelling all over the world to design lighting schemes for individual and corporate clients. With her classical and understated approach to lighting, Sally has been responsible for designing numerous town houses, penthouses, apartments, country houses, villas, chalets and yachts around the world.
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