Schneider Electric, the leader in energy management and automation, will be attending this year’s Architecture and Design event to showcase its commitment to the design industry.
The event promises the chance for designers and architects to network with suppliers for the opportunity to better understand solutions on offer which deliver both style and function.
Architecture and Design will allow Schneider Electric to engage with interior designers to showcase how their electrical accessories are built to complement inspired interiors:
· Style should never be compromised - it is a well-known fact that good design is all in the detail. And detail, like electrical switches and outlets, can add depth and character to your interior designs, as well as bring greater home comfort and convenience.
· Range of smart home solutions – smart devices have changed our everyday life. Schneider offers a beautifully simple multi-zone heating system, known as Wiser. C-Bus is an alternative solution designed to integrate every aspect of your home in to one ecosystem, from lighting and entertainment, to security and energy management. Schneider’s range of accessories allow for convenient mobile charging.
· Popular innovations – light switches with LED dimming technology allow you to future proof your projects and enable you to create mood lighting in each room. Convenient mobile charging is easy with Schneider’s USB sockets and shelf frames.
“It is often assumed that there are no options outside the standard white plastic sockets and switches. However, this could not be further from the truth. Schneider Electric offers comprehensive electrical ranges which bring homes to life, whilst making living easier, more comfortable and enjoyable. This is why our presence at this event is so important.
Schneider Electric is an expert and trend setter in design therefore it is important we engage with designers and architects to showcase how our solutions complement their projects. Ultimately, we understand that good design lives in the detail”, said Nico Van der Merwe, VP Home and Distribution at Schneider Electric.