AIKO Lighting will exhibit the LightFair 2023

North America’s largest architectural and commercial lighting tradeshow and conference—LightFair—returns to the Javits Center in New York in May 2023.

LightFair is the world’s largest annual architectural and commercial lighting trade show and conference, co-owned by the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) and the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES).

Light Fair annual tour in New York and Las Vegas exhibition has been successfully held for more than 30 years, is now the largest planning in the United States, the most concentrated visitors to the world lighting exhibition, but also the world’s most influential lighting industry exhibition.

The last Lighting Fair LightFair in New York, USA (American Lighting Fair,Las Vegas Lighting Fair,American Lighting Fair,Lighting Fair,LFI), there are 550 world-renowned lighting companies from more than 70 countries and regions around the world, more than 1,500 booths, exhibition area of about 200,000 square feet, together with 23,709 construction, engineering and planning from countries around the world The 2016 LFI exhibition was held in San Diego, USA, and they mainly came from planning, lighting, construction, planning, engineering, power, facilities and other related industries.

Taking place in New York City, LightFair 2023 is the must-attend architectural and commercial lighting event of the year. There’s more to explore on-site and celebrate as LightFair enters a brilliant next phase. Following our immersive 2023 event, LightFair will move to a biennial schedule.

AIKO Lighting will exhibit LightFair 2023.

Our booth number: 913

Date: May 23-25, ,2023

Address: The Javits Center New York, NY USA

Looking forward to your visit!

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