Astro Lighting will be exhibiting at BCFA OPEN SPRING DESIGN next week on stand 15 and they will be showing some of their newest and most innovative products. So, what can we expect to see on their stand this year? Geometry meets lights with the Ascoli family The ASCOLI family combines minimal, clean lines along… Read More >
In the latest Designer’s Muse film series we explore the inspiration behind the Atelier range from Astro Lighting with Design Director, James Bassant.
Just minutes away from Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, the St Pauls House Hotel opened earlier in the year and was inspired by husband and wife team Sharon and Adrian Harvey’s love for design and hospitality. The Astro Joel Wall and Table lights in cream were chosen for the hotel bedrooms because of their classic design with subtle… Read More >
A striking yet elegant mid-century design, combined with a rating of IP44, means that the Deauville adds style and illumination throughout both the bathroom and other living spaces.Astro launched Deauville at Sleep 2016 in London and finishes now available are polished chrome and bronze, along with a glass shade option for the bathroom and a… Read More >
Astro Lighting is a recent addition to the community of excellence that is The BCFA and with November’s theme of Lighting we couldn’t have asked for a greater company to unearth some insight from.
“Inspiring”, “dynamic” and “progressive” are not words you would associate with many office buildings, but this is precisely what Astro Lighting have created for ‘The Astro Building’. Astro Lighting’s inspiring new home in Harlow is more than just 86,000-sq ft of highly-efficient product handling and office space. It is also a showcase for the brand’s… Read More >
Astro’s Versailles sees a modern heart within a body inspired by mid-century luxury. With mid-power LEDs for effective, even and energy-efficient illumination, and IP44 rating, it gives a subtly-decorative cue to the bathroom or any other space. Versailles is available in polished chrome and with clear glass rods. Bronze and antique brass finishes will be… Read More >
The idea of using “boutique” to describe a hotel category originated in the USA almost 40 years ago. Since then, boutique hotels have evolved from being largely independent owner operator hotels to include branded concepts from larger hotel groups. A combination of consumer desire to seek a unique experience, the power of global hospitality groups… Read More >
Kicking off the year’s long list of design trade shows, Heimtextil in Frankfurt; now in its 50th edition, is the first port of call for those looking for the very latest in home and commercial textiles. Some 63,000 visitors pass through the doors, eager to find out what the 2,952 international exhibitors have in store… Read More >