LZF’s Link Lamp adds charm to Cinque Terre Ristorante, Seattle

February 15, 2019

Cinque Terre, a rugged and striking area of coastline on the Italian Riviera, is made up of five historic villages: Monterosso,

Ramón Esteve designs “black note” space for LZF at Casa Decor 2019

January 24, 2019

Ramón Esteve founded his eponymous studio in 1991, with the confidence and conviction that architecture was a global discipline. Since

LZF’s Link and Agatha Lamps Enhance the Ambience at SENTS Restaurant, Ontinyent

January 11, 2019

The character and atmosphere of a restaurant—the ambience—is, in actuality, as much a part of the experience of dining out

LZF shine in polished Spanish penthouse.

December 5, 2018

Valencia-based architectural studio Versea created a restful retreat for an individual who spends much of his time away from home—a person

A cabin in the Norwegian woods.

November 21, 2018

Who wouldn't love to spend the winter vacation in the middle of snowy woods in northern Norway? Snorre Stinessen Arkitektur is the norse architecture studio behind the creation of this stunning contemporary family vacation home in Tromsø, Norway. Join us in this exciting trip to a fjord and a dreamy landscape in northern Europe. 

The Art of the Group: stacking objects to create design.

November 13, 2018

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.

FISH by José Andrés at The Cove features LZF’s ethereal Koi

November 12, 2018

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.

TGR Monthly: The Benefits of a Biophilic Home

October 22, 2018

Inevitably, humans are linked to nature. In modern housing, many times our need of that connection is overlooked but still it's very necessary for us. The benefits of biophilic design are already being seen in workplace environments, so how can we use it to enhance our connection with nature at home? 

Wood being folded after being treated with Timberlite

Light seen through wood: LZF’s organic and original design.

September 25, 2018

Design is a pure vehicle of expression. In LZF we do believe that original design makes the difference and we put all our efforts together to achieve it. But there’s more than meets the eye: behind our original design there is also lots of work and efforts put together to transform an idea into a tangible reality.

TGR Monthly: How to bring warmth into your home this autumn

September 19, 2018

September marks the end of the Summer and the slow approach of Autumn to our lives. And so, we feel the need to bring warmth into our home to alleviate the coolness of the ambiance. Our TGR Monthly is all about tips and advices to bring warmth to your place and get off to a good start. 

Photography and design: styling guide for social media

September 12, 2018

In 2018 dozens, or even hundreds, of photos pop up on our screens, billboards, newspapers and magazines every day. Photography is not a simple document of reality anymore, but a personal interpretation of reality. If you want to get better photos, this read is a must.

TGR Monthly. So You Want To Try Minimalism? Here’s What You Need To Know…

August 21, 2018

Simplicity, cold lighting and  large space with minimum objects and furniture are some of the recognisable treats of Minimalist Design. But what exactly means that a space is designed based on minimalist design? Our TGR Monthly is all about the myths and misconceptions of minimalism as a form of expression and lifestyle.

LZF’s Gea and Cosmos give off natural vibes in Paris.

July 13, 2018

In Paris, Gea and Cosmos work at unisone giving off the natural vibe the modern space at Université du Management has created for students. The importance of reconnecting with nature gets emphasised by the design of the lounges: the colours choosen, the lamps and the general atmosphere help students interact between them and with the space around them.

Contract lighting: striking creations by LZF

July 3, 2018

When thinking about planning and designing a public space, particularly a social space, light is doubtless an enabler—of conversation, openness, warmth and intimacy. If a restaurant, cafe or bar requests a particular ambience, for example a relaxed or lively air, then a well-designed lighting scheme will play a pivotal role in fulfilling this requirement.

A seasons change: update your lighting

June 22, 2018

Summer is upon us in the northern hemisphere and the new season brings longer days, with more natural light. With the extra hours of sunlight, we tend to shift away from using as much indoor lighting (certainly much less than we will use in those darker winter months). But with the summer sun, should we forget about lighting altogether?

LZF talking tacos & margaritas!

June 20, 2018

Last week at Dallas Market Center, a multistory design center sitting in Texas, Hossley Lighting Associates and LZF Lamps took over the event with an amazing presentation of LZF fixtures. Hossley, our reps in Dallas, hosted a presentation for about 40 guests who had the chance to enjoy delicious tacos, fizzy margaritas and our handmade wood veneer lamps.

Table lamps: A Staple Complement to your Decoration

June 14, 2018

We know that good lighting can change and enhance the ambience of a room. And even though they've been ousted for a long time, table lamps are the perfect complement to your interior scheme. Get a glimpse on how to rock table lamps as a basic interior design object.

Natural wood veneers: why do we use them to create our fixtures.

June 7, 2018

Wood is a noble, natural, versatile, long-lasting and aesthetic material. An organic, physical matter, it is perceived as warm and welcoming. Endowed with such qualities, wood is the perfect material for use in a wide range of architecture and design projects.