LZF at home: lamps in harmony with their surroundings
May 21, 2021 1:24 pm
LZF’s winsome lamps have found a home in numerous abodes throughout the world. Unconstrained by convention, LZF crafts lighting that is suited to a great many environments: commercial, civic, retail, leisure, health, hospitality, and home. An LZF lamp cleverly envelopes light, allowing the natural wood veneer to shine and radiate warmth. At home, LZF’s lamps add character to any space: a cosy living room corner, above a dining table, in an office, hallway or bedroom. With a range of fixtures, including suspension, wall, table, and floor, and an assortment of finishes, each and every LZF lamp lives in harmony with its surroundings.
LZF at home with the Eris table lamp, designed by Mayice. Eris is pictured in a private residence in Valencia, designed by architect Ramón Esteve. Photo © Ángel Segura.
For LZF, a lamp can help to make a happy, peaceful, and welcoming home. LZF knows the importance of lighting to our health, happiness, and well-being. Moreover, it knows that consumers are increasingly concerned about the origins and longevity of the things they purchase, as well as the welfare of the people who make these things.
LZF’s lamps are handmade by skilled and diligent craftspeople in its bustling factory in the village of Chiva, Valencia (in what was once a charming old winery). As a family company, LZF is committed to the preservation of traditional skills and know-how, and every lamp is made from FSC certified natural wood veneers, with love and care. It is these ingredients that ensure an LZF lamp will add a special something to any home.
Just some of the LZF lamps making themselves at home in a range of abodes.
The I-Line suspension lamp, designed by Burkhard Dämmer, in a private residence in Valencia, designed by architect Ramón Esteve. Photo © Ángel Segura.
LZF at home with the Black Note Triplet floor lamp, designed by Ramón Esteve. The lamp is pictured in a private residence in Valencia, also by Esteve. Photo © Ángel Segura.
The Nut suspension lamp, designed by Ray Power, in a private family retreat in Malangen, Norway, designed by Snorre Stinessen Architecture. Photo via Snorre Stinessen Architecture.
The Link suspension lamp, designed by Ray Power, in a private residence in Pennsylvania, designed by Luca Design.
LZF at home with the Saturnia suspension lamp, designed by Oskar Cerezo. This pair of Saturnias are pictured in a private residence in Valencia.
The X-Club wall lamp, designed by Burkhard Dämmer, in a private residence in Valencia.
The Domo suspension lamp, designed by Rqr Studio, in a private home in Marbella.
The Spiro suspension lamp, designed by Remedios Simón, in a private home in Brisbane.
LZF at home with the Candelabro suspension lamp, designed by Mariví Calvo. The Candelabro is pictured in a private villa in Croatia, designed by architect Oliver Grigić. Photo © Marin Topić via ArchDaily.