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Lightfair 2011 further developing Building Integration Pavilion

November 25, 2010 | By Craig Pearson


With the trade show floor 99%, Lightfair says it is now focused on building and strengthening the offerings in its four pavilions on the show floor, including the Building Integration Pavilion which, say event organizers, launched “with great success last year in Las Vegas and debuts this year on the East Coast”.

The Building Integration Pavilion will feature companies displaying solutions and products used to maximize and create energy-efficient buildings. The most recent addition is first-time exhibitor Honeywell, which joins the ranks of Dial, Crestron Advanced Power Control and Eagle Lighting.

Further highlighting this topic for the lighting, design and architectural industries is the Integrated Design seminar track as part of the conference program. This track was launched in 2010 and focuses on integrated design and building procedures, and the participation of the lighting design community in these processes.

The Building Integration Pavilion is one of four featured pavilions. The other three are:


• Global Light + Design Pavilion presents decorative lighting solutions from manufacturers based outside of the States.
• Daylighting Pavilion—the tradeshow counterpart to Lightfair’s Daylighting Institute—focuses on architectural daylighting, daylight harvesting, energy efficiency and conservation, solar shading and natural light.
• Design Pavilion showcases modern and classic decorative designs with a creative edge and innovative style.

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