At the Light & Building, we saw a number of manufacturers who are dealing with natural materials such as paper, wood and veneer processing.
We would like to take a special look at LZF Lamps (Luziferlamps) from Spain.
The Spanish company began in 1994 with the development and manufacture of hand-made wood veneer lights in a small studio in the historic center of Valencia. To this day, LZF Lamps has become a renowned company for unusual boutique lighting. They remain loyal and continue to design lamps, furniture and decorative items with the material wood and wood veneer. A guiding principle in light is that no other light is so wonderfully scattered and reproduced as with natural wood veneer.
Luciferlamps continued to focus on lighting in their new inspiring magazine for architects and planners but they have also presented new decorative articles and furniture at Light & Building this year.
The label showed both oversized lamps, as well as lamps for the living space.
This shows that there is more to Luciferlamps than just a design label for the architect and planner who is looking for the extraordinary. The “Escape” lighting design was presented at the trade fair in 6 colors, but can have up to 10 color variants. This is a sign that customers’ color requirements are no problem for LZF Lamps.
Among the decorative items we liked the “Funny Farm” collection, which reminded us of Kay Bojesen’s wooden monkey, which has decorated children’s rooms since the 1950s. The customer can choose from 18 different motifs. A funny idea and homage to the monkey from the fifties.
Luciferlamps sets new accents with “The Sign”. Here illuminated wall signs are decorated with artistic pictures. The sign for “her” and “him” or for the yoga room or the fitness area are suitable for the customers. Other motifs will follow on request. A funny alternative to the most stereotypical characters in hotels and restaurants.
At the booth the oversized lamps were the first thing that caught our attention. A large koi greeted us majestically hanging from the ceiling, and the “Elephant” and “Fish” floor lights from Isidro Ferrer with their dimensions of up to 160cm height welcomed us at the stand of LZF.
Conclusion: LZF remains primarily works with wood but they are innovating.
This has convinced us and we look forward to other innovative design ideas from LZF.