Top Italian firm for Bahrain interiors expo
Manama, April 15, 2012
iGuzzini, the Italian leader in technical and architectural lighting, will take part in the upcoming GulfInteriors Bahrain 2012, the region’s only dedicated exhibition for interiors, design and furniture.
Organised by Al Hilal Conferences and Exhibitions, a leading publishing and marketing group, the annual GulfInteriors will be held under the patronage of HRH Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, Prime Minister of Bahrain, at the Bahrain International Exhibition Center in Manama April 24 to 26.
In line with its renowned emphasis on product design, technological innovation and sustainability, the Italian company will be displaying a state-of-the-art stand, where visitors will be actively engaged in the iGuzzini experience.
Boasting a dynamic synergy of creativity and technology, the stand will feature not only a broad range of products but also walk-over in-ground LEDs along with graphic images in constant interaction and dialogue with light.
The highly technological space will be officially opened by the iGuzzini vice president Paolo Guzzini and will be the ideal meeting point to discuss and share ideas and expertise on the latest advancements in the lighting culture.
During the exhibition visitors of iGuzzini stand will also have the opportunity to get an exclusive preview of three new luminaires which will be disclosed for the first time in the Middle East after their official launch at the recent Light + Building 2012 at Frankfurt.
After the end of GulfInteriors, iGuzzini will also launch its full working showroom in Bahrain in conjunction with Al Bait, its long standing distributor over 30 years in the kingdom. – TradeArabia News Service
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