Market Research Report
Lighting Contract: Top 250 Architectural Companies and Lighting Designers
|Published by||CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies||Product code||485522|
|Published||Content info||155 Pages
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|Lighting Contract: Top 250 Architectural Companies and Lighting Designers|
|Published: February 28, 2019||Content info: 155 Pages||
The first part of the Report provides an overview of the contract market for lighting fixtures , identifying its main segments as well as the leading lighting players operating in the business, for which short descriptions and a list of recent projects are available. The second part of the Report aims at profiling, through targeted short descriptions, around 100 top Architectural and Design Offices and over 150 Lighting Design practices , either primarily specialized in lighting services or that have not lighting as their primary focus, but that engage frequently in designing luminaires. Where relevant, projects samples and co-operational activities have been highlighted.
The segments considered in this Report are: retail and luxury shops, hospitality (hotels, restaurants and bars), office, private residences, auditoriums/theatres/cinemas, marine (yachts and cruise ships), large infrastructure (airports, schools/universities, health care facilities public spaces), and art and museum spaces.
Profiles include: Company name, Headquarter, Website, Main branches, Lighting partners, Recent projects, Projects in progress, Category, Size, Short history.
Geographical areas covered : Europe, America, Asia and Pacific.
The contract lighting market is estimated to be worth over USD 16.5 billion in the year 2018. This segment has been evolving at a faster pace compared to other lighting businesses: over the last two year, as the total market has grown by an average rate of less than 3%, the contact segment has increased by almost 9% per year.
The contract business is pushed from many drivers. As LED technology is now a requirement form most project, the new challenges and opportunities faced by the lighting designer lie in the controls, IoT and related technologies change, meaning that lighting systems are no longer simply about illumination.
In this segment, some hundreds of architectural practices and some 1,600 lighting designers play a relevant role as key influencers. Their aggregated turnover is around USD 1.2 billion. More specifically, most of practices are small in size and their revenue per head amounts to over USD 92,000 per employees.
Acuity Brands, Akari+Design, Al Moosa, Arcibella, Arup, Bamo, Bilkey Linas, David Chipperfield Architects, DL2A, DPA, Flos, Foscarini, Gensler, HBA, LightBox, Light Cibles, Light Collab, L&E Lighting and Equipment, Libeskind, Lightscape, One Works, Osram, L'Observatoire International, Peter Silling, Speirs+Major, Sweco, Toh Design, Ulrike Brandi, Yamagiwa