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New Stereovision campaign by Lzf Lamps dazzles at Light + Building show in Frankfurt

The Spanish handcrafted design lighting company, Lzf Lamps, introduced its new Stereovision campaign in recently closed Light + Building trade fair in Frankfurt, which has resulted in an original and elegant stand. Here they show us... wood and vinyl, music and design! This year's Lzf Lamps booth has received many visitors attracted by the careful assembly and attractive presentation prepared for Stereovision premiere presentation, the new Brand campaign collecting rhythms by American musician Rithma, and collections of decorative lighting created by great designers able to provide more than light. As novelties, highlights the Custom Constellations, which we already noticed in our blog, aas well as the Arterisco collection, designed by Cuatro Cuatros and Domo, designed by Rqr studio. Arterisco is a fun, practical light that really makes a statement. In fact, its presence is so punctuating that the studio decided to call it “Asterisco”. Its clever integration with a lectern allows the user to use it as a prop for books, iPads, photographs etc. and like an asterisk, the lamp allows you to make footnotes on the lectern. Asterisco is an ideal solution for restaurants, lobbies, just being next to the phone to take notes, hotels, hospitals, anywhere you need to prop something up, and for it to be visible. Domo is inspired by the seventies, a great decade for the invention of dome shaped objects, like the transparent dome umbrella, the dome hat with those round orange sunglasses incorporated into it; but what Lzf most cherish from this decade is the dome of silence from the TV, series Get Smart. When the designers, Rqr Studio, brought this design to Lzf, they just had to have it, in memory of agent 86. Source: Lzf Lamps Read more news related Lzf Lamps published at Infurma Visit the Lzf Lamps website Visit the LZF Lamps sheet at Infurma
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