Frankfurt interiors expo almost fully booked
Dubai, January 23, 2010
The exhibition centre for Light+Building 2010, which will display the world's new products for lighting, electrical engineering and home and building automation, is already almost fully booked.
Light+Building 2010 will run from April 11 to 16 in Frankfurt am Main, at the exhibition centre of Messe Frankfurt, Germany's biggest fair and exhibition company.
Exhibitors will be presenting trends and pioneering solutions related, in particular, to energy efficiency, the central theme of Light+Building 2010.
The world's leading trade fair for architecture and technology will offer a comprehensive range of products and services for all relevant visitor groups: architects, engineers, planners, interior architects and designers as well as for the installation trades, wholesalers and retailers and for industry.
"Light+Building is the only trade fair in the world, which offers state of the art technology in a situation which combines lighting, electrical engineering and home and building automation" said Dr Michael Peters, member of the board of management of
"And it is on this inter-disciplinary concept, specifically, that the unique success of Light+Building has been based since its premiere in 2000,” he added.
With some 1,500 companies, Light+Building creates the world's largest stage for the lighting market. Visitors to Frankfurt get to see the entire spectrum of lighting technology at one and the same time and in the same place – including technical lighting and lamps of all kinds and for all sorts of applications, designer lamps in widely varying styles – both modern and traditional – as well as a broad selection of technical components and accessories for the lighting market.
A comprehensive range of products will be laid out for visitors in a clear and structured way – from cables and wiring, switches and electrical installation to information and communications equipment.
Energy-efficient system solutions in buildings and electronic installations, electrical installation and network technology as well as design-oriented electrical equipment constitute the central areas of interest, for which some 450 exhibitors will be presenting the whole spectrum of building-related technology in the field of electrical engineering.
For the electrical engineering sector, Light+Building, in combination with building automation, is the most important platform for intelligent building services engineering.
Some 150 exhibitors will be presenting future-proof solutions for building automation, facility management and contracting work.
The trend forum, which will present the 2011/12 trends for the home in four domestic style-worlds, will be a draw for architects and interior architects, specialist wholesalers and retailers and designers.
Other attractions include competitions for architecture and technology and 'Meeting Place: The Future', where school and university students can get an overview of the sector and its innovations. – TradeArabia News Service
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