Escape pendant lamp by Ray Carver from the Stereovision Collection by LZF
Spanish lighting brand LZF is taking their ‘High Fidelity’ collection, launched last year, one step further this year with ‘Stereovision’, adding new colours and updating graphics inspired by the esthetics of the planet of music of the 1950′s.
Candelabro pendant lamp by Mariví Calvo from the Stereovision Collection by LZF
Stereovision revisits models in the ‘High Fidelity’ series (Domo, Escape, Air, Chou and Spiro) and also consists of new lamp groupings beneath a single canopy (Candelabro, Link wall, Cuad and Saturnia) that offer several designing possibilities for architects and interior designers. They all come with pre-installed electrical wiring prepared to “plug and play”, a concept LZF is focussing on.
Cuad pendant lamp by Burkhard Dämmer from the Stereovision Collection by LZF
Other novelties to be shown contain a new version of their Domo light and the presentation of the brand-new Asterisco, a lamp with a lectern intended for multiple purposes. Along with the collection LZF has edited a double CD with original tunes composed by Los Angeles based musicman Rithma for the High Fidelity and Stereovision communication campaigns.
Cuad pendant lamp graphics from the Stereovision Collection by LZF
LZF will present Stereovision at the Light+Building exhibition in Frankfurt from March 30 to April 4, 2014.
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