Returning to the fair with a creative section designed by 4Space Design, Huda Lighting brings spotlight to brands and manufacturers leading in their field.

Marking the 10th edition of Downtown Design with an impactful presence, Huda Lighting presents a range of innovative solutions and collections by leaders of the lighting sector.

From chandeliers to contemporary table and lamps to lighting for outdoor spaces, for over 20 years Dubai-based Huda Lighting has provided a range of unique lighting solutions for various spaces and projects in the United Arab Emirates and throughout the MENA markets, providing high-level expertise in retail, residential, commercial and industrial sectors.

The company’s portfolio includes a variety of high-end brands from around the world with a special aim to work with talents from the Middle East region. At this year’s Downtown Design, Huda Lighting presented several new collections; These included two new collections by Czech crystal lighting company BOMMA,  Ama and Mussels designed by the brand’s creative director Václav Mlynář, alongside an iconic new collection called Dew Drops by Boris Klimek, featuring enchanting circular lighting emulating drops of dew.

Also on show were collections by Italamp, focusing on innovative glass lighting, among others were their new Kaleido Collection boasting scenic compositions that offer alluring contrasts for a variety of spaces.

The crown jewel of Italamp’s stand was the Dalia, an installation comprising 153 total elements of evanescent tones of salmon pink and gray on glassy surfaces evoking a strong textual feeling, a both magical and surreal effect.

Lodes, established in 1950, displayed its latest and most iconic contemporary lighting products as well as its latest Diesel Living with Lodes novelties to the Middle Eastern market. Of note was the new Reglobe by Diesel Living with Lodes that reflects sustainability in lighting. Its finish is made from pieces of recycled melted plastic from various shades. Each lamp reflects unique color hues owing to the mix of recycled materials used in its production.  

Masiero had on show lighting objects that were both modern and classical in their design. The brand presented Maria Teresa design by Masiero Lab, a collection that brings to life the magnificence of the rooms found in historical Venetian homes. Lighting in this collection reflects on storied Venetian glass chandeliers fused with contemporary style.

Decorative lighting brand Panzeri presented the Murané collection, which celebrated Venetian craftsmanship and is the result of a collaboration between Matteo Thun and Benedetto Fasciana, and Bella - designed by Enzo Panzeri - one of the bestsellers of Huda Lighting. It offers a versatile collection for customization and solutions for various interior design projects. 

Among the items showcased by Penta Light, known for its contemporary table, wall and ceiling designs, were Glo, one of the brand’s iconic collections. It included glass sphere lighting designs that reflect light back and forth within a space.

Lastly, Huda Lighting presented Zaha Hadid’s visionary designs for Slamp Italian Lighting Company, representative of the 10th anniversary of its collaboration with the late Iraqi architect. Amongst these were Aria Infinita, a majestic lighting project that involved the unison of architecture and sculpture.