International designers put their names on the new lamps to be presented by B.lux at the Light + Building fair

The manufacturer of contemporary designer lighting, B.lux, will present its new 2016 collection at the Light + Building trade fair, to be held in Frankfurt in March. All these developments share the common denominator of having been created by internationally renowned designers, like Fabien Dumas, Tim Brauns, Werner Aisslinger, and Stone Designs, along with regular collaborators David Abad, Miguel Ángel Ciganda and Josep Lluis Xuclà.

Ginkgo, a_Forest, Cone Light, Kup, Ireland, Overlay and Castle are some of the decorative home lamps that B.lux will feature at Light + Building. Also of note is the Blux System collection, designed in 1981 by Guillermo Capdevila, and which B.lux is rereleasing in its 2016 catalogue. As new developments in outdoor lighting, it will present its Zen, Tube and White House beacon lamps. B.Lux will also take advantage of the fair to display its expansion of its architectural lighting systems.

This new collection of designer lamps will be presented at a 160-m2 stand designed by David Abad. The space is based on a minimalist recreation of the archetypal house with a pitched roof, evoking the caserío, a traditional type of rural construction in the Basque Country, where B.lux's manufacturing plant is located. The stand will feature truss facades of tinted wood and large windows that allow light to pour in. The stand's prevailing materials and colours will be warm and natural, with wood and stone tones, features also characterising B.Lux's new lamps.

The Light + Building fair will be held in the German city of Frankfurt from 13-18 March. The B.lux stand will be No. F11-F21, located in Pavilion 1.2.