Agatha lamp by Luis Eslava for LZF

October 11th, 2011 by retail design blog

Agatha, created by Spanish designer Luis Eslava for LZF, is a hanging lamp whose shape is achieved through the concentrical superposition of materials. Same as in every LZF object, its lines remind us of those we find in nature: a flower, a tree, an animal. Light in aspect, Agatha suggests simplicity and originality.

This lamp “blooms”, forming a semi-spherical object, in two different sizes: 76 cm x 37 cm and 140 cm x 90 cm, or expanding to form a full sphere: 80 cm x 76 cm. Available in 8 different finish tones, Agatha can be adapted to a wide range of spaces: private homes, contract, ephemeral settings, and many more.
















Armadillo lamp by Luiseslava Studio for LZF
Armadillo, a new texture for light. Its shape reminds us of that strange mam...
Clip light family by Rainer Mutsch for Molto Luce
The shades are made out of natural fiber-cement which was originally develop...
Bichos lights by Martinho Pita
The idea was born out of a sabbatical period in which Pita spent a few month...
Lee Wee & Brothers Identity by Manic Design
Simplicity sometimes walks a fine line between boring and intriguing, and Ma...

Leave a Reply