People with Character: A conversation with Marisa Santamaría, Director of RED-AEDE

March 24, 2020

In March every year, we celebrate both Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day. For that reason, LZF was delighted

People with character: A conversation with Gracia Cardona, Director of WOD Spain 

February 21, 2020

Throughout the twentieth century, the fields of architecture and design were very much the preserve of men, a result of

Announcing new designers and brand new lamps in the pipeline

February 13, 2020

LZF is delighted to be working with two new designers, Mayice Studio and Mikiya Kobayashi, on the design and development

People With Character: A conversation with Antonio Jesús Luna, editor at ROOM Diseño

January 31, 2020

Antonio Jesús Luna is co-editor at ROOM Diseño, the Spanish architecture and design magazine that launched in 2012. A man

People with Character: A conversation with Juan Carlos Santos on the state of contemporary craftsmanship

January 10, 2020

‘It is time to raise the discourse on crafts.’ (Juan Carlos Santos) Juan Carlos Santos is a marketing and design

People with Character: A Conversation With Spanish Architect Juli Capella

December 19, 2019

Juli Capella is a Spanish architect who established the architectural studio Capella Garcia Architecture in Barcelona in 2001, along with

The Mini Chou Shorts

November 14, 2019

Here at LZF, we appreciate the transformative nature of light. As makers of fine wood veneer lamps, we know that

Ingo Maurer (1932–2019): a shining inspiration

October 23, 2019

LZF is deeply saddened by the passing of Ingo Maurer, the eminent German lighting designer. He was a creative and

Valencia is named World Design Capital 2022

September 27, 2019

LZF’s home city of Valencia has been named World Design Capital 2022. It’s an incredible honour for this darling of

LZF’s Candelabro shines at Mercado Little Spain, NYC

September 18, 2019

For anyone seeking a taste of Spain in New York City, Mercado Little Spain is a must-see. A part of

Mini Chou: the little handmade lamp that can go just about anywhere

September 10, 2019

The new LZF Mini Chou might be a scaled-down version of its bigger Chou siblings, but it is no less

Women in design: Anna Castelli Ferrieri 

August 30, 2019

Anna Castelli Ferrieri (1918–2006) was both an Italian architect and industrial designer. She studied architecture at the influential Politecnico di

Spot LZF on-screen and win a new Mini Chou

August 23, 2019

We always knew that LZF’s lamps were destined for great things. Imagine how thrilled we were to catch sight of

LZF’s lamps help spark conversation and collaboration at Lisbon-based Coletivo 284

August 16, 2019

Based in the Portuguese capital of Lisbon, Coletivo 284 is a new venue space that describes itself as an ‘energy

An interview with Borja Martínez of Lo Siento Studio

August 9, 2019

The new LZF catalogue describes a love affair with wood and light, creativity and design, craftsmanship and innovation. Designed by

Don’t be a tourist: Enjoy an authentic experience in these city destinations

July 23, 2019

When visiting a city, one cardinal rule should be borne in mind: don’t be a tourist. In every city, big

Women in design: Zaha Hadid

July 16, 2019

How many female architects can you name? The late, great British-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid (1950–2016) was a formidable character. An

Mad Mouse co-working space captures the spirit of LZF

July 8, 2019

Mad Mouse is a handsome new co-working center by LZF. Situated in Valencia’s El Carmen neighbourhood, part of the city’s

Mariví Calvo discusses LZF’s approach to communication and graphic design

July 1, 2019

LZF has a unique ability to connect with an audience, by promoting its lighting products and ideas in a manner

Women in design: Ray Eames

June 21, 2019

How does one even begin to capture in words the character and spirit of Ray Eames? In partnership with her

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LZF wins Honorary Award at ADCV 2019 and enjoys NYCxDESIGN Award nomination

May 24, 2019

In 2020, LZF will celebrate twenty–five years of lighting design and innovation. From humble beginnings to its standing as a

Women in design: Eileen Gray

May 15, 2019

Any modern discourse on gender roles in design history will, unsurprisingly, have a bias towards men—during the twentieth century, male

Women in design: Aino Aalto

April 26, 2019

Unlike Charles and Ray Eames, the design duo name ‘Alvar and Aino Aalto’ does not roll so easily off the

A Q&A with José Manuel Ferrero of design atelier estudi{H}ac

April 3, 2019

Founded by José Manuel Ferrero, estudi{H}ac was conceived as a design atelier, one specialising in a tailored range of design,

A Q&A with long-time LZF collaborator and designer Ray Power

March 20, 2019

Ray Power was born in Ireland in 1975 and graduated from the Dublin Institute of Technology in 1997, before moving

Women in design: Marianne Brandt

March 8, 2019

This year marks the hundredth anniversary of the Bauhaus, arguably the 20th century’s most influential college of art, architecture and

LZF’s Mariví Calvo in conversation with Ramón Esteve Studio

February 24, 2019

In a recent breakfast interview with Ramón Esteve Studio, LZF co-founder Mariví Calvo discusses LZF’s philosophy, design and the project she

Women in design: Florence Knoll Bassett

February 8, 2019

In this new monthly series, LZF considers the often overlooked and undervalued contribution of women in design. When we reflect

The co-working revolution: freedom and flexibility

January 31, 2019

When creating a workspace-based installation for 2015’s Workplace3.0 exhibition (an international biennial exhibit at Milan Design Week), celebrated Italian designer

Explore Lisbon with LZF’s smart tips for worldly travellers

December 14, 2018

Charming and colourful, hilly and historic, ravishing and rugged, optimistic and outgoing: words that aptly describe the Portuguese capital of