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lzf – armadillo lamp

Design | October 18, 2010 |

Spanish lighting company Lzf recently exhibited the Armadillo lamp during Valencia Design Week. The Armadillo pendant lamp is made from dozens of wood veneer squares.

Lzf uses polywood, a technique they developed using wood veneers and treating it with a polymer to seal it and strengthen it. This technique allows the veneer to bend in new ways to make their products possible.

Whether it is projecting or filtering, lzf develops artisanal products with the intent of showing the value of the human hand as it is connected to each product throughout the entire process.

A bit of play, a bit of sculpture and a great deal of passion, lzf connects us to nature and the sense of comfort that it provides. The warmth and lightness of the pieces makes us part of the environment rather than a layer independent from our senses.

Visit the Lzf website – here.

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