Recent contract projects by Lzf Lamps in Germany, Holland, Croatia, Switzerland, Sweden, Slovenia or Spain
While Lzf Lamps finalizes preparations for participation in the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, to be held from 4 to 8 February 2014, we show you an overview of recent contract projects in which this handcrafted lighting design company has participated. Stores, restaurants, hospitals,… become special with luminaires that provide more than light.
Element Restaruant, Lubljana (Slovenia)
Designed by AKSL architekti, the Element restaurant is located in the Domus Aurea commercial building in Lubljana, well known because they offer dishes from many countries under the motto “Where the East Meets West” and for their good taste in all the details they have from ceiling to floor. Highlights numerous Link lamps by Lzf spread throughout space.
Tele2 Arena Stadium VIP Area, Stockholm (Sweden)
In Johanneshov, at the south of Stockholm city, there’s a new multi-purpose stadium ready to receive more than 30.000 football spectators and music fans. The Tele2 Arena VIP Area has chosen the light collections Agatha, designed by Luis Eslava and Spiro, designed by Remedios Simón, to provide the space that magic touch.
Bison Restaurant, Sursee (Switzerland)
Rings of light have been seen floating over Switzerland recently. In fact, they are the Saturnia lamps installed at Bison restaurant in Sursee. The place has been designed by Herr Bieri from Raumtrend, and the lamps created by Oskar Cerezo offer movement and life to the white ceilings, creating a dynamic and relaxed atmosphere.
Bevanda Hotel, Opatija (Croatia)
The Bevanda Hotel hosts memories from famous people who where inspired in one way or another by the city. Each one of its rooms carries a name as a tribute to all these people, who contributed in art, sports, music, literature, dance and science. Gustav Mahler, Albert Einstein, James Joyce, are just some os the rooms names. But the hotel also hosts different models of LZF wood lamps, bringing style, elegance and warmth, as the Spiro lamp, by Remedios Simón, the Mini Mikado, by Miguel Herranz, the I Club, by Burkhard Dämmer and the Link by Ray Power.
Haga Hospital, The Hague (Holland)
The Haga Hospital in The Hague is a clear example of the versatility and potential of LZF wood lamps in multiples spaces. In this case, the Cosmos and Gea collections designed by Marivi Calvo, and Saturnia lamp, designed by Oskar Cerezo, bring a warm touch of color to this new hospital.
Geometry Fashion Store, Berlin (Germany)
Plajer & Franz studio were in charge of creating this dark but fascinating and minimalist atmosphere to Berliner fashion store Geometry, with spectacular home-style furniture and images of animal skeletons. With design fashion brands as Gaspard Yurkievich, Irie Wash, Y3, Won Hundred or John Galliano, the Mikado lamps featuring white contrast according to the store concept.
Tse Yang Dim Sum Club Restaurant, Madrid (Spain)
Tse Yang, a prestigious representative of Chinese food in Spain, opened his own Dim Sum Clubs in Madrid, Marbella and Alicante, with more than 30 different kind of fantastic Dim Sum recipes. But food is not the only thing you can enjoy in this wonderful restaurant. Its elegant yet sober decoration, designed in purest Asian style by designer Jorge Pérez Baena, includes the LZF lamps MiniMikado, I-Club and Poppy.
Lzf Lamps participation in the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair
Lzf Lamps participate in the Swedish appointment with their Nordic agents NextLevel Designs, who carry the brand in Sweden and Norway. Together with Caimi, Sitland and Arper companies, LZF will display its new collections, from 4 to 8 February, in the booth nº A39:02.
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