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Wood Veneer Takes Shape with Lighting by LZF

2010 June 25

When it comes to lighting we love, LZF is right there at the top. While they’d look dang good in any home, I’ve seen these fixtures in quite a few restaurants, and they head-turners every time. The organic patterns, innovative shapes and delicate waves of light—aaaaah. A dream for contemporary spaces.

LZF is headquartered in Spain and originally specialized in wood veneers—but they’ve now expanded to other materials, including polypropylene and paper, experimenting with opacities and textures, each time delivering stunning form and design and ambient illumination.

Our top 3 best-sellers for LZF lighting are even an extra 10% for the next month or so, making it a fabulous time to celebrate the awesomeness of these fixtures. Feast your eyes on these:

Link Suspension by LZF

Link Suspension by LZF

Link: Designed by Ray Power, the Link Suspension shows off some seriously sumptuous curves, creating soft light that moves along a spectrum of light to dark around the whole fixture. The Link also won the Design Plus Material Vision’07 award for its use of our Polywood® Veneer.

Orbit Wall Sconce by LZF

Orbit Wall Sconce by LZF

Orbit: A handmade fixture designed by Miguel Herranz with a few tiny twists and turns of the wood veneer to create and elegant, intertwined silhouette. The translucence of the natural timber wood make it a little airy, until the woodgrain overlaps to create a warm glow.

Nut Pendant by LZF

Nut Pendant by LZF

Nut: Part of the Orbit family, the Nut Pendant uses the same curves as the Orbit to create a curvy shape that alters the light between the thin ribbons of wood and overlapping pieces.

Intrigued, aren’t you? See all LZF Lighting here.

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  1. July 15, 2010

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