Tag Archive: Gea

LZF’s top 10 bestsellers

December 21, 2021

As the year draws to a close, we often find ourselves reflecting on past events and future possibilities. While the

Press Clipping: September 2020

September 30, 2020

The co-working revolution: freedom and flexibility

January 31, 2019

When creating a workspace-based installation for 2015’s Workplace3.0 exhibition (an international biennial exhibit at Milan Design Week), celebrated Italian designer

LZF’s Gea and Cosmos give off natural vibes in Paris.

July 13, 2018

In Paris, Gea and Cosmos work at unisone giving off the natural vibe the modern space at Université du Management has created for students. The importance of reconnecting with nature gets emphasised by the design of the lounges: the colours choosen, the lamps and the general atmosphere help students interact between them and with the space around them.

LZF Lamps | LZF’s Super Gea is the Crowning Glory in a Brooklyn Townhouse Renovation | Lauren Rubin Architecture

LZF ’s Super Gea is the Crowning Glory in a Brooklyn Townhouse Renovation

December 2, 2016

The Gea pendant is invariably an appealing and amiable light. A Super Gea (large suspension) finished in beech, crowns the

LZF Lamps | Gea and Agatha pendant Lamps | Miso Architects

Agatha and Gea Lights Work in Concert in a Bucharest Studio

May 17, 2016

Bucharest-based Miso Architects chose two of LZF’s winsome suspension lights, Agatha and Gea, for a residential showroom setting in the

LZF’s Pendant Lights: A Capital Investment

LZF’s Pendant Lights: A Capital Investment

November 3, 2015

One of the many things that make LZF´s gorgeous handmade pendant lights so special is that they are the real

Pilar Martínez Law Firm, by Mauro Lomba

June 18, 2014

    A law firm has to give a very serious and transparent look and feel. Not only in the

LZF and the Wood Box, a transformable space.

March 26, 2014

Saturnia by Oskar Cerezo   Carambola by Oskar Cerezo Months ago in the blog we presented a project that we had set

Haga Hospital in The Hague

December 11, 2013

Sometimes when you create an interior design product, you think about the type of spaces that will be able to