Simple, chic and white: Philips Hue Phoenix delivers every shade of white light

    Connected white light that helps you concentrate, relax or feel energized at home

    March 2, 2015

    Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Philips Hue Phoenix from Royal Philips, the global leader in lighting, is the first in a new range of white ambience connected lamps that allow you to create the right light for different moments at home. From helping you to create a cozy atmosphere in the evening to energizing you before heading to the gym, Philips Hue Phoenix gives you access to the full spectrum of white light, at the swipe of a finger.


    “White light is fundamental to the home, it is used in every room, every day,” explains Leonardo Avezzano, Product Marketing Director of Philips Hue. “We have used our knowledge of the biological effect of light on people, like regulating our circadian rhythm and bodily processes like sleep, and put this into Philips Hue Phoenix. The proven light recipes¹ can help you feel energized in the morning, more concentrated on work during the day and relaxed at night.”


    With Philips Hue Phoenix you can instantly adapt the light to go from warm white light to create a calm atmosphere in your home to crisp white light, helping you to focus on a task at hand. Through the Philips Hue app, Philips Hue Phoenix can access pre-set white light recipes that help you concentrate, read, relax and feel energized, as well as over 200 third party apps.


    Unlocking the full spectrum of white light makes Philips Hue Phoenix ideal for any space in the home, particularly spaces that are used in many different ways. The stylish table light is ideal for a study area, the wall light is perfect to gently wake up to in the morning, the down lights are great in a hallway, the pendant light is well placed above a dining table, and the ceiling light works seamlessly in an open living room.

    Its unique look also adds a designer’s touch to your home. The small hexagonal cells that make up the outer shell sparkle and reflect light, effortlessly diffusing it across a room. They also change appearance each time they’re seen from a different angle, turning Philips Hue Phoenix into a ‘live’ object that delivers an explosion of white light.


    With access to all the connectivity features of Philips Hue, Philips Hue Phoenix delivers more than just high quality white light. As it’s connected, it can help with safety and security even when you’re away from home through programming the lights to switch on in the evening and off again at bedtime.  You can also set-up discreet alerts for new emails or change in weather via a gentle ‘light notification’ for every connected light in your home.


    Philips Hue Phoenix works seamlessly with all Philips Hue and Friends of Hue products, easily integrating into an existing network. However setting up a new network is also very simple, just make sure the Philips Hue bridge is connected to your wireless network, then simply download the Philips Hue app to your smart device and set-up Philips Hue Phoenix.


    Philips Hue Phoenix is available as a ceiling light, pendant light, table light, wall light and down light in Europe from April 2015 and North America from May 2015.


    • Philips Hue Phoenix down light RRP: €49
    • Philips Hue Phoenix wall light RRP: €129
    • Philips Hue Phoenix table light RRP: €179
    • Philips Hue Phoenix ceiling light RRP: €349
    • Philips Hue Phoenix pendant light RRP: €349


    ¹ Philips SchoolVision, Universitatsklinikum Hamburg - Eppendorf, 2010

    For further information, please contact:

    Siarah Khan
    Philips Lighting
    Tel: +44 7792 225948


    Jeannet Harpe
    Philips Lighting
    Tel: +31 6 53 722221


    About Royal Philips:

    Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA) is a diversified health and well-being company, focused on improving people’s lives through meaningful innovation in the areas of Healthcare, Consumer Lifestyle and Lighting. Headquartered in the Netherlands, Philips posted 2014 sales of EUR 21.4 billion and employs approximately 105,000 employees with sales and services in more than 100 countries. The company is a leader in cardiac care, acute care and home healthcare, energy efficient lighting solutions and new lighting applications, as well as male shaving and grooming and oral healthcare. News from Philips is located at