Ramón Esteve designs “black note” space for LZF at Casa Decor 2019
The presentation of LZF’s Black Note space at Casa Decor coincides with a preview of the lighting collection of the same name. The Black Note collection, designed by Ramón Esteve, will officially launch at the forthcoming exhibition in Milan, during Milan Design Week. Esteve will also design LZF’s Euroluce booth, one that is certain to capture the imagination.
Check out this short video on Black Note at Casa Decor by Alfonso Caza.
An interview with Ramón Esteve
What is your relationship with LZF? What does LZF mean to you?
You are designing new lighting collections for LZF and will design the brand’s booth for Euroluce at this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan. What can we expect to see?
When you undertake a new project—such as the space at Casa Decor—what are you particularly curious about? Do you always have an endpoint in mind or does this evolve with time?
Spain’s design scene is compelling, rich and vibrant, but I often wonder how well it translates on a world stage (competing with Nordic, Japanese, Italian and American design for example). What are your thoughts on Spanish design and its place in a wider design sphere?
‘Manufacturing the Interior’—an excellent design resource on your website—aims to analyse the interaction between furniture and architecture. Can you say a little bit more about that interaction and what it means to you?
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