The Nuts wood lamp is a handmade suspension made of a simple twisted wood veneer.
Available in 10 colors this suspension is medium size with 21 cm height pour 42 cm width .
"Wood touched by light" - Designed and made in Spain - Marbella
As its name suggests, the Hi-Collar is inspired by the traditional stiff shirt collar. This wall sconce combines design and functionality as it is really modern yet very efficient to light up small spaces like your living room, a bedroom or a corridor.
The "ESCAPE" Suspension from LZF is a design suspension in wood veneer of 40cm width and 30cm Height. The thickness of the wood veneer let the light softly diffusing and playing with the wood texture. This suspension is ideal to be used alone or in group composition thanks to its medium size.
"Wood touched by light" - Designed and made in Spain - Marbella
If you're looking for a great dining room lamp that doesn't just work perfectly but looks great too, you would love this one. And you could use this multi purpose lamp anywhere, from your bedroom to your living room.
This beautiful lamp has been designed specially by a renowned Spanish designer. Crafted with exclusivity in mind and with a striking modern appeal, it is a bold and strong statement to make. Completely handcrafted, the lamp itself is made to inspire creativity.
This homage to great 70s style has been crafted in a beautiful and chic natural wood veneer. Available in a variety of cool colours, the petal design will lend a real touch of class to any room. Smooth and sophisticated, and destined to be an invaluable part of your home.
Designed by Ray power, Swirl is more a little cloud than a suspension light. With its twisted and whirling shape, Swirl excites the eyes. It has precise contours and a seamless surface, bringing presence and soul to your room.
As it sounds from the same, Piknik is a utility lamp that can be transported everywhere. With its integrated LED and a rechargeable battery with 7 hours autonomy, Piknik will always accompany you, never letting you down.
Asterisco is a table lamp designed by Cuatro Cuatros. Aimed at interior spaces, it combines four discrete components: a shade, stem, lectern and red cloth cord. When switched on, the light of the Asterico will really look like an asterisk (*), illuminating the handy lectern in a wonderful way.
The Banga pendant, designed by Yonoh Creative Studio for LZF, has been crafted with individual sheets of veneer, connected via a lustrous metallic strip. Banga is available in medium and in large sizes, and it is always real success when placed in the right environment.
Burojet has designed a new family of lamps for the Spanish lighting manufacturer: LZF. Named Stitches, the collection has four models: Mopti, Tombuctú, Djenné, and Bamako. Made out of wood veneer, its style and its shape won’t miss the chance to surprise your guests.
Stitches is a new series of lamps designed by Burojet for the Spanish lighting manufacturer LZF. Composed of four models (Mopti, Tombuctú, Djenné, and Bamako), this collection is made out of hand-picked wood veneer to ensure a premium quality.
Resembling to a straggly haircut, Agatha is a suspension lamp that fills every room with her ambient glow and appealing body. It is inspired from the English writer Agatha Christie, whose wavy coiffure somewhat resembles to this new LZF’s lamp.
LZF's real wood veneers are selected to reveal the best natural wood grain effects when illuminated. The wood is hand-picked and comes from forests certified by the Forest Stewardship Council - FSC. The Air table lamp has therefore been crafted with passion and with respect for this noble material.
Guijarro is a series of three lamps, suitable as well for ceilings as for walls. Like its name suggests, they all have the irregular and softened shapes of river pebble, carved over many years by water and sand.
With its cloud-like structure, the Link floor lamp, designed by Ray Power for the brand LZF, is definitely eye-catching. Made out of wood veneer, its surface is composed of one continuous, seamless side.
This lamp has been designed by a famous Spanish designer, MARIVÍ CALVO. Crafted in a workshop, it displays an astonishing and modern appearance. This lamp is completely handcrafted and its goal is to inspire and raise the creativity in our minds.
With its cloud-like structure, the Link suspension lamp, designed by Ray Power for the brand LZF, is definitely eye-catching. Made out of wood veneer, its surface is composed of one continuous, seamless side.
In 1994 Mariví Calvo and Sandro Tothill started designing and manufacturing hand-made wood-veneer lamps from a small studio in Valencia’s historic centre. The originating idea behind Luzifer emerged on a summer's evening where, while working over a light table with thin sheets of wood veneer, the translucent effect was so startling it immediately challenged them with the idea of applying this to a new style of lighting. Officially the company was not formed until one year later, the first lamps being purely for personal use. They were so impressed with the results and so curious to see how other wood types would look that they began to make a small collection of lamps which ended up in friend's houses or sold, obliging them to make more.
After refining their technique in reinforcing the veneer so as to make a sturdy shade from such fragile material, they decide to set up an exhibition in the Trapezi Theatre Valencia where more than 230 lamps switched on a crowd of over 400 people. On the main stage 30 lamps had been 'converted' into works of art by some of Valencia's leading painters, comic artists and designers to create the main attraction of the evening. Those evenings of artistic creativity were the spark that pushed us towards considering a longevity in what they were doing.
In 1997 they were introduced to a young designer called Miguel Herranz. Miguel's enthusiasm to work with such a distinct material gave birth to a new and fresh range of lights which consolidated Luzifer on the market and lifted them to the level of others in the lighting industry. The following year Ray Power arrived, another young designer with a great interest for infinite shapes. In 2007 they changed thier name from Luzifer to LZF.
Presently Sandro Tothill is responsible for all aspects related to production, public relations with clients and their export department, while MarivíCalvo creates and directs the image presented by LZF. Together they decide which designs will be selected and put into production in order to project LZF's image and philosophy. Since that time their brand changed their name to LZF and has grown to become one of the world’s most respected boutique lighting companies. Despite their growth, some things never change. They still call Valencia home (although they’ve moved out of their studio and into a charming old winery). Mariví and Sandro still make everything from hand. And they still believe nothing diffuses light as beautifully as natural timber-veneer.
The Nut suspension lamp was one of their first creations. Even today, you can still find this model in their collection. The annual catalogue of LZF has become a must-have publication, brimming with inspirational, as well as aspirational, photography. The catalogue is a valuable resource for architects and designers looking to utilise LZF lamps. For the past 20-years their team has enjoyed all the challenges, the ups and downs, the friendships forged, and the sheer act of creating beautiful light. They hope the next two decades are just as exciting.
LZF's wood veneers are selected to reveal the best natural wood grain effects when illuminated and all have been sourced from forests certified by the Forest Stewardship Council - FSC. Nothing comes close to the beauty of these veneers as a diffusion material and no other veneer treatment gives the strength and the protection to the material without sacrificing the delicacy and subtleness that this natural material communicates when illuminated.
Mariví Calvo (Valencia, 1960) holds a degree in Art History and Fine Arts. She continued her post-graduate studies at the Pratt Institute, New York, specialising in the collagraph technique. From 1986 to 1992 she exhibited her art on both sides of the Atlantic basing her studio in New york, Madrid and Paris. When in Paris in 1991 she began to write and work on “The Kitchen Woman” a surrealist dance performance in which she worked on the costumes and set design and whose results also gave her a large amount of source material for subsequent art exhibitions using a mixed technique of photography on canvas paintings.
In 1994 she co-founded Luzifer Lamps along with Sandro Tothill, a company making handmade wood veneer lighting fixtures. Sandro is an Australian musician escaped from Queensland. Since then she manages the company with the help of Sandro and has developed and directs all aspects of the creative art department of the company. She has designed some of the companies more emblematic lighting fixtures, such as The Totem, The Cosmos, The Guijarros and the Gea collections, as well as been responsible for the design of all the company’s exhibits and with the help of Lekuonastudio creates the company’s prize winning campaigns.