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.
The event served a double purpose: sharing a good chat about lamps and also presenting our new showroom in Dallas Market Center.
All these events happened previously to the upcoming celebration of Lightovation–from 20th to 23rd of June–, an event dedicated to lighting where thousands of lighting buyers and designers travel to Dallas every year to discover innovative products and enjoy the most extensive collection of fixed and portable lighting, as well as new trends for both residential and commercial projects.
During Lightovation, all those who visit the Dallas Market Center could see our brand-new showroom presented by Hossley with some of our lamps like Dandelion, Banga, Chou or Escape.
You can find us at booth 10085-4A in Dallas Market Center at 2100 Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX 75207.
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In a world rife with overconsumption, waste and the exploitation of labour, there is a growing desire to conserve scare resources, an understanding that less is better, and a greater respect for craftsmanship and provenance. Today, craft is increasingly regarded as innovative and necessary, especially when set in the context of 21st century globalisation and mass consumerism.
For people across the world, life’s pace can be relentless, its everyday labours frenetic, unforgiving and out of hand. For this reason, there is a steadily growing movement towards slowing down: seeking authenticity, finding balance and enjoying a less presumptuous approach to living. The revolution of slow design is here.