If you are using smart bulbs then realistically you have to use matching smart wireless switches which could be either battery or kinetic powered. There are both types available and compatible with Philips Hue bulbs. If you want the equivalent of wired switches especially 3 or 4 gang options then you need to use normal (dumb) bulbs although in some cases you could still have dimmable bulbs.
This is why a lot of people start off with smart bulbs and end up switching to dumb bulbs with either smart switches or micro modules.
Note: Philips Hue smart bulbs now remember their last setting when power is cut from them and will return to this when power is restored. You still can’t turn them back on if they have been turned off at a traditional light switch other than by using that traditional light switch but at least power cuts are less of a problem.