Lighting Contract: top 250 architectural companies and lighting designers


Lighting Contract: i migliori 250 studi di architettura e lighting designer

Illuminazione | Marzo 2022

RAPPORTO IN LINGUA INGLESE

Marzo 2022, IV Ed. , 170 pagine
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Lingua: English

Codice report: S84
Editore: CSIL
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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.

Aziende selezionate

Acuity Brands, AFRY, Akari+Design, Al Moosa, Antonio Citterio/Patricia Viel, Arcibella, Artemide, Arup, Atelier Oi, Bamo, Bega, Bilkey Linas, Buro Happold, David Chipperfield Architects, DHA Designs, DL2A, DPA Lighting, Ecosense, Electrolight, Experiense Brands, Fagerhult, Flos, FPOV, Foster+Partners, Gensler, HBA, Herzog & De Meuron, HGA, HLB Lighting Design, Hoare Lea, Iguzzini, Into Lighting, Klaasen, KSLD,Kluger Ning, LED Linear,  Les Eclaragistes, LightBox, Light Cibles, Light Collab, Lightswitch, L&E Libeskind, Lighting and Equipment, Libeskind, Lightscape, Licht Kunst, LPA, Miki Matsushita, One Works, L’Observatoire International, NA Lightsyle. Opple, Panasonic Life Solutions,, Peter Silling,Regent, Schreder,  Speirs+Majors, Sweco, Signify, Solo Office Interiors, Toh Design, Trilux, Ulrike Brandi, Viabizzuno, Yamagiwa, Xal Zaha Hadid Architects.

World. Contract lighting market 2018-2021 estimated data and 2022-2023 forecast. USD million

Contract-Lighting-Trend

The worldwide contract market for lighting fixtures is estimated to be worth USD 15 billion in 2021 after having reached a peak of around 17 billion USD in 2019.

The project business (indoor) for lighting manufacturing companies mainly addresses the following segments of the lighting market: 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.

Outdoor side – the segment ‘residential and architectural/city beautification – has a close connection with above, while it is totally different the ‘street lighting’ segment.

Approximately 50 lighting players hold almost 50% of this market. They play in this channel in close partnership with architectural practices and lighting designers. CSIL has now analysed the who’s who of about 250 of these companies out of an estimated 1700 total number. The overall turnover of lighting practices is among one and two billion USD. Average lighting project worth in between of 30,000 and 50,000 USD.

AIM OF THE REPORT

  • Methodology notes; Contract furniture segments considered in this report

SCENARIO

Market evolution

Lighting market: basic data and activity trend 2014-2024

  • Total lighting fixtures market and LED-based lighting, 2014-2021 estimated data and 2022-2024 forecasts

Contract lighting market

  • Contract lighting market 2018-2021 estimated data and 2022-2023 forecast
  • Estimated Contract Lighting market, 2021. Comparison with total lighting fixtures and LED-based lighting

Competition system analysis

  • Top players (with a worldwide foothold)
  • Top in America
  • Top in AsiA
  • Top in Europe
  • Top in High end
  • More in Residential and Hospitality ContracT
  • More in Retail and Art & Museums
  • More in Office, Healthcare, Schools
  • More in architectural outdoor
  • Estimated contract lighting sales for 60 among the leading companies

ARCHITECTURE AND LIGHTING DESIGN STUDIOs

Europe

  • Architectural and design offices (Top players, Mid-sized players, Small players)
  • Lighting designers (Top players, More players)

America

  • Architectural and design offices (Top players, More players)
  • Lighting designers

Asia and Rest of the World

  • Architectural and design offices (Japan, China and Hong Kong, Other countries)
  • Lighting designers (Japan, China and Hong Kong, India, Russia, Asia Pacific, Middle East)

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.

World. Contract lighting market 2018-2021 estimated data and 2022-2023 forecast. USD million

Contract-Lighting-Trend

The worldwide contract market for lighting fixtures is estimated to be worth USD 15 billion in 2021 after having reached a peak of around 17 billion USD in 2019.

The project business (indoor) for lighting manufacturing companies mainly addresses the following segments of the lighting market: 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.

Outdoor side – the segment ‘residential and architectural/city beautification – has a close connection with above, while it is totally different the ‘street lighting’ segment.

Approximately 50 lighting players hold almost 50% of this market. They play in this channel in close partnership with architectural practices and lighting designers. CSIL has now analysed the who’s who of about 250 of these companies out of an estimated 1700 total number. The overall turnover of lighting practices is among one and two billion USD. Average lighting project worth in between of 30,000 and 50,000 USD.

AIM OF THE REPORT

  • Methodology notes; Contract furniture segments considered in this report

SCENARIO

Market evolution

Lighting market: basic data and activity trend 2014-2024

  • Total lighting fixtures market and LED-based lighting, 2014-2021 estimated data and 2022-2024 forecasts

Contract lighting market

  • Contract lighting market 2018-2021 estimated data and 2022-2023 forecast
  • Estimated Contract Lighting market, 2021. Comparison with total lighting fixtures and LED-based lighting

Competition system analysis

  • Top players (with a worldwide foothold)
  • Top in America
  • Top in AsiA
  • Top in Europe
  • Top in High end
  • More in Residential and Hospitality ContracT
  • More in Retail and Art & Museums
  • More in Office, Healthcare, Schools
  • More in architectural outdoor
  • Estimated contract lighting sales for 60 among the leading companies

ARCHITECTURE AND LIGHTING DESIGN STUDIOs

Europe

  • Architectural and design offices (Top players, Mid-sized players, Small players)
  • Lighting designers (Top players, More players)

America

  • Architectural and design offices (Top players, More players)
  • Lighting designers

Asia and Rest of the World

  • Architectural and design offices (Japan, China and Hong Kong, Other countries)
  • Lighting designers (Japan, China and Hong Kong, India, Russia, Asia Pacific, Middle East)

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