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Polywood: Ecology and Versatility

November 27, 2013 3:28 pm Published by

100% sustainable LZF lamps convince interior designers.

For more than ten years now LZF has been focusing on sustainable materials and manufacturing methods. For example, the wood they use for the production of their lamps comes from FSC certified forests. Furthermore, thanks to intensive research the company has been able to develop a non toxic surface treatment, the patented Polywood® system, that without using any chemicals makes the wood veneer very resistant and extremely flexible. Achieving these features meant a great boost for the creative possibilities LZF had at their hands: it was something like a big bang for LZF’s creations since Polywood® made it much easier to go from bidimensional to tridimensional designs. The new material also allowed for a big variety of different finishings.

 

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These features that go along with Polywood® have been increasingly catching the attention of interior designers and architects, especially for using LZF’s lamps for projects related to the hospitality sector where resistance and durability of the products as well as versatility for the creation of cozy and comfortable atmospheres are paramount. Two recent examples of such a use are: the VIP zone of the new Tele2 Arena stadium in south Stockholm, where LZF’s lamps Agatha and Spiro have been used, and the Element restaurant in the Slovenian capital Ljubliana, designed by architects AKSL Architekti who resorted to LZF’s Link lamp for lighting the place.

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