Every day around the world a whole bunch of professionals offer, and seek to place our products into large jobs be they offices, hospitals, hotels, bars, restaurants and even schools. The feeling of seeing one of these jobs makes us feel immensely proud, and through this series of publications, we would like to introduce you to the people behind the specs who actively and daily try to make other people’s surroundings a better place to work and live in.

Weekly from now on, we will be featuring professionals who have an in-depth knowledge of our product and who have worked with it with great success around the world.

NAME:  Elizabeth Spatola

COMPANY: Dyer Brown Architects, Boston, USA.


“I am a Project Manager in the Workplace, Retail, Hospitality studio at Dyer Brown, and I mainly focus on Workplace design”.

“I enjoy the studio I work in because it gives me the opportunity to positively influence the spaces people spend 8+ of their waking hours in, 5 days a week. The challenge of creating new spaces that are functional, promote wellness, are fun, and beautiful is a challenge I look forward to tackling with every project”.


Agatha Ball, Escape, Link, Stitches, Dandelion (and Elephant!!)”


LZF Review: “I have always known that LZF fixtures are handmade, but seeing, in person, fixtures being created by the artisans at the LZF factory was a really amazing experience. It helps as a selling point to tell clients that not only are the fixtures beautiful, but they really are a handmade work of art. I think knowing and seeing how Sandro and BB work and create, only helps to further the fact that they are wonderfully creative and artists, that have chosen lighting as their medium. And about the company – you all are such an amazing, fun, welcoming, fascinating bunch, that invited us into your “home” for a week that was unbelievably memorable. Other companies just don’t do that, and I think the special attention paid to the creative work LZF does, was also reflected in how special, surprising and enlightening our week there was!”