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A light feast

July 18, 2014 11:32 am Published by

An evening soirée

The Egyptians used to place a skeleton in the room whenever they had a dinner party to remind their guests to eat, drink and be merry. Mr bones wasn’t required at LZF’s recent garden party. Our guests had a super-great time dining on fine food, listening to groovy music and sharing the love, without the need to dwell on their mortality.

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After a week-long marathon tour of numerous Valencian and Catalan companies, the magazine folks from Metropolis, Surface, Interior Design and Interior&Sources, along with Rottet Studio, Rockwell Group (both from NYC) and Undisclosable LA, were feeling a tad jaded. LZF knew they’d be ready for a chill-out evening of food, wine and easy conversation.

We kicked off the afternoon with a short presentation in the upper-lounge, plying our guests with espresso martinis to pick them up (or knock them down, depending how many they had). The talk concluded with coffee and sweets, before a look at the factory itself. Our darling design diva Marivi did a remarkable job ‘dressing’ the space so it looked its best and we got lots of flattering comments.

Then it was out to the garden for a laid-back evening of margaritas and Negroni cocktails. Sandro’s nephew Tristan – a cocktail maestro from Melbourne – was our mixologist for the event and there were certainly no complaints regarding his potent concoctions.

The setting itself was enchanting, with the LZF Stereovision collection featured throughout the garden and shining through the night. Marivi suspended Agathas from the trees above the dining table, scattered Chou lanterns about the lawn, and created a constellation canopy of nine Saturnias.

Catering was once again provided by our good mates at Las Bairetas; our favourite restaurant in Chiva.

Everyone was having such a blast that the guest’s bus was sent away at the scheduled time of 10.30pm and we kicked on later into the night.

Perhaps the vibe was best summed up in this email by our mate David Davis Principal Rottet Studio:

“What can I say?  You hosted a truly magical evening, and I was very touched by the warm welcome.  It felt like a dinner with family and old friends.”

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