lzf lamps logo
CLOSE X
 
lzf lamps logo
 
 
Only the best from LZF direct to your mailbox
* indicates required
Do you buy directly from LZF ? *
Please select a category which represents you
Legal Advice * In accordance with the provisions of current legislation on the Protection of Personal Data, you are informed that the personal data you provide through this form will be processed by LUZIFERLAMPS S.L., in order to manage your request and send you information More detailed. For more information consult the privacy policy.
* indicates required
What language would you like your press release in *
Media Type
Legal Advice * In accordance with the provisions of current legislation on the Protection of Personal Data, you are informed that the personal data you provide through this form will be processed by LUZIFERLAMPS S.L., in order to manage your request and send you information More detailed. For more information consult the privacy policy.
Legal Advice * In accordance with the provisions of current legislation on the Protection of Personal Data, you are informed that the personal data you provide through this form will be processed by LUZIFERLAMPS S.L., in order to manage your request and send you information More detailed. For more information consult the privacy policy.

LZF at Spirit Home Budapest

December 19, 2012 5:44 pm Published by

Viajamos a Budapest invitados por S-Ter, nuestro partner en Hungría, a una presentación dedicada a LZF Lamps que se llevó a cabo en la tienda de Spirit Home, un hermoso edificio neogótico que ha sido declarado patrimonio histórico.

Allí se celebró un showroom en el cual participaron unos sesenta arquitectos, interioristas y diseñadores húngaros especialmente invitados para la ocasión. Sandro Tothill y Mariví Calvo realizaron una presentación de la técnica y la filosofía que inspiran las lámparas hechas a mano de LZF, en una velada iluminada por las lámparas Totem y Spiro, y acompañada por vinos y fiambres españoles.

Las fotos del evento se pueden ver en nuestra galería web.

We went to Budapest after being invited by S-Ter, our partner in Hungary, where we took part in a presentation of our products in the Spirit Home, a shop housed in a beautiful neo-Gothic style building, classified as a cultural heritage site.

Around sixty Hungarian architects and designers were specially invited to participate in the event. During the evening, the guests were invited to savour Spanish wines and cold cuts and, under the warm glow of the Totem and Spiro lamps, Sandro Tothill and Mariví Calvo gave a presentation about the technique and the philosophy which inspire the handmade LZF Lamps.

You can see pictures of the event in our web gallery.

La visita se completó con una gira por algunos de los más importantes gabinetes de arquitectura, y un tour por la grandiosa capital húngara. Fue una gran experiencia la visita a esas dos ciudades partidas por el Danubio, Buda con su riqueza arquitectónica y Pest con el downtown, el Parlamento y la Ópera.

Quedamos impresionados por la majestuosidad de sus palacios, sus cafés bohemios y sus famosos baños turcos. Disfrutamos de los ruin pubs, los conocidos bares creados en edificaciones abandonadas, con patios gigantes, graffitis, música de disc-jockeys, cine al aire libre y antiguos coches comunistas convertidos en sillas. Todo un concepto de decoración reciclada del antiguo régimen comunista para crear zonas de ocio.

Fuimos muy bien recibidos en Budapest, en donde nos sentimos acogidos con mucho cariño por nuestros anfitriones. Esperamos volver pronto para inspirarnos más en la tradición y presente de la hermosa cultura magiar.

The visit was rounded off by a tour of some of the main architecture studios and a trip through the great Hungarian capital. The visit of the city, divided by the historic Danube River, was a memorable experience; Buda, with its wealth of architectural heritage, and Pest with the downtown area, the Parliament and the Opera House.

We were impressed by the majestic beauty of the palaces, the bohemian cafés and the famous Turkish baths. We had a few drinks in some “ruin pubs”, bars set up in abandoned buildings, with large courtyards covered in graffiti, DJ music, open-air cinema and old communist cars which have been converted into chairs; an original concept of decoration using recycled objects from the communist era to create leisure spaces.

We were very well and warmly received by our hosts in Budapest and we hope we can return soon to draw further inspiration from both the traditional and contemporary Magyar culture.

Tagged: , , , , , , , , ,

Categorised in:

Copyright© 2018 LZF. All Rights Reserved.
Legal Warning. Privacy Politics.
Social Media Politics. Cookies Policy.

Logo Red. Reunión Empresas De Diseño.
Logo Red. Reunión Empresas De Diseño.