The BOY Awards are given by one of America’s most well-known design magazines, Interior Design.
Hand in hand with Interior Design magazine, the public are the ones who choose the product that has had the greatest impact on them among the dozens of proposals.
This year, LZF Lamps wanted to surprise all of you by presenting a new lamp: Lola.
A name with with clear Spanish resonances, Lola is a sensuous and intriguing lamp. Made of an intricate and delicate wood veneer construction that is both accentuated and softened when illuminated, Lola is stimulating to the eye and its variety in sizes make it perfect for domestic or contract settings.
Lola is very much alive and sensuous, arresting and sparkling: an especially piquant light.
With our society becoming more and more focused on individuals and our own personal needs, it's more important than ever that we realize that we are stronger when we unite forces, love, creativity. Together we are more powerful to let our voices being heard, and tackle today's challenges.
In April 2018, US chef José Andrés opened his second FISH by José Andrés restaurant at The Cove, a deluxe beachside resort located on Paradise Island in The Bahamas. Layers of colour capture the spirit of the ocean, and suspended from the ceiling, a giant handmade wood veneer koi, part of the life-size collection by LZF, has a wonderfully ethereal beauty.
In an exhibition without precedent and curated by Isidro Ferrer himself and the writer Grassa Toro, the poster collection, together with the original pieces that appear in them, can be seen in the Paraninfo Gallery of the University of Zaragoza (Spain) until January 12th, 2019.
In a world rife with overconsumption, waste and the exploitation of labour, there is a growing desire to conserve scare resources, an understanding that less is better, and a greater respect for craftsmanship and provenance. Today, craft is increasingly regarded as innovative and necessary, especially when set in the context of 21st century globalisation and mass consumerism.
For people across the world, life’s pace can be relentless, its everyday labours frenetic, unforgiving and out of hand. For this reason, there is a steadily growing movement towards slowing down: seeking authenticity, finding balance and enjoying a less presumptuous approach to living. The revolution of slow design is here.