Attention: The Lighting Stores You Must Visit in London


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Contemporary Lighting | Sep 4, 2018
Attention: The Lighting Stores You Must Visit in London

When in London, you must pay a visit at these Lighting Stores!

London is The City you must visit and right on time you can visit while 100% Design is happening. Before this tradeshow you can visit these Lighting Stores we’re gonna show you.

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The Lighting Shoppe

Attention: The Lighting Stores You Must Visit in London

They have a variety of brands in their store, however, all of their products are high-quality. Already have stores in London, Cambridge and Chatham.

From 5$ to 3000$ you can find all types of lighting in here.

Come visit: The Lighting Shoppe 1199 Wharncliffe Rd. S. N6L 1J9 London, Ontario

Tom Dixon

Attention: The Lighting Stores You Must Visit in London

Tom Dixon is a self-taught British Designer, now he is the Creative Director of the brand ‘Tom Dixon’ specialising in Lighting, Furniture and Accessories. Tom Dixon collection of contemporary pendant, floor and table lights, including the bestselling Copper Shade and Mirror Ball. His known brand in London is inspired by the nation’s unique heritage and produces incredible pieces for everyday use. This is one of the most important lighting stores in London.

With a Price Range between 200 euros to 10,000 euros.

Street Adress: 4-10 Bagley Walk Arches, Coal Drops Yard, King’s Cross, London, N1C 4DH


Attention: The Lighting Stores You Must Visit in London

Artemide is the first thing we think when we are talking about lighting! This one must be written in your bucket list. It has unmatched design icons of contemporary lighting, and you can see this in contemporary art museums and collections.
He has collaborated with the most famous international designers and Actively Promotes workshops with schools design (the Royal College of Art, London) in order to find the best young talents. Contemporary lighting is their thing, so if you are a true fan of this type of lighting don’t forget to go there.

Price Range Between 20 euros to 8000 euros.

Discover their Lighting Stores here Address: 106 Great Russell St, London WC1B 3NB, UK


Attention: The Lighting Stores You Must Visit in London

Flos is just known as a different brand, with very peculiar lighting as you can see in the image. It has been on the market for 50 years, which is a very important achievement and it has the most incredible pieces that are clearly union fruit of art and design, craftsmanship and industry.

Price Range between 600$ and 5000$.

Visit their Lighting Stores here Address: 7-15 Rosebury Avenue, London EC1R 4SP, UK


Covet Apartment

Attention: The Lighting Stores You Must Visit in London

Covet Apartment it can not be considered a lighting store, however, it’s the space that represents lighting brands, like DelightFULL, Boca do Lobo or Koket. You can join their time for a cocktail or brunch while enjoying every detail of Lighting Fixture and how the combination of different styles can complement each other.

With a price range between 200 euros and 8000 euros.

Address: 1 Regal house, Lensbury Avenue, Fulham, London SW6 2GZ and Ring the bell at 2201

There were our lighting stores choices for you! Hope that you’ve liked it and we’ll see you soon!

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