Specialist architectural lighting and dynamic control solutions provider, Studiotech is thrilled to be participating in this year’s Design Crawl Manchester. Created as a collaboration between a group of interior experts, Design Crawl is Manchester’s only showroom-led design event, specially developed to inspire and excite the design community.
Taking place over 3 days, between 19 and 21 October, Design Crawl brings together a number of innovative brands, who will welcome guests to their showrooms to see their latest products, host learning sessions and networking events, and run workshops. Design Crawl also features a Basecamp; a central location where several events will take place over the course of the three days.
Studiotech will be primarily showcasing the leading controls systems it offers through its carefully curated product portfolio. As well as demonstrating the capabilities of the solutions, Studiotech will focus on the benefits that lighting controls offer to the end-user and designer. In collaboration with Design Crawl’s theme of wellness and sustainability, Studiotech will be sharing its expertise on innovations and design trends that can support these increasingly important elements of lighting.
As part of their Design Crawl events, Studiotech will be running three 1-hour workshops with guest host Luke Artingstall from Artin Light. Entitled ‘A Pixel Perspective: Activate the Senses’, the immersive and dynamic lighting and controls workshop will be held at the Design Crawl Basecamp at Doubletree by Hilton, Piccadilly, Manchester. As well as an overview of control solutions, Studiotech and Artin Light will discuss their collaborative work on the highly impactful and acclaimed lighting scheme at Yotel in Glasgow.
Natalie Critchard, Studiotech said ‘We are delighted to be supporting Design Crawl. We love everything that this event is about, bringing the local design community together and putting the Manchester design scene on the map. As a local business, Design Crawl is the perfect opportunity for us to collaborate with the local design community and share our passion in an exciting and educational way.’
For more information and to register for the event, visit https://designcrawl.co.uk/.